The Woman Who Walked Into Doors - Chapters 15-17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 15-17 Summary

Paula remembers the first time Charlo brought her home to meet his family. Both Paula and Charlo were drunk and unkempt, and as they arrived at his house, Charlo went in first, quickly telling his mother Paula's name. Both Charlo and Paula badly needed to use to the bathroom, and so Paula stood awkwardly in the kitchen with Mrs. Spencer, waiting for Charlo to come back for her so that she could use the toilet. Charlo's mother did not feel like talking, and as the woman prepared a stack of sandwiches for her husband and sons, Paula was overwhelmed by the woman's strength, and also afraid of the evil she saw in Mrs. Spencer.

Finally, Paula realized that Charlo was watching television with his family and she rushed up the stairs to find the bathroom. On the verge of wetting herself...

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