Under the Skin - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Michel Faber
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In Chapter 13, Isserley paced her cottage trying to put together a plan. She had a nightmare in which she saw herself as the vodsel’s dog, trapped in the van. When burning the clothes of the last vodsel she brought in, Isserley saw a photograph of the man and his wife. Because the photo had the words Pennington Studio written on it Isserley assumed that was the man’s name. She considered setting him free but decided since his tongue had already been amputated and he had been castrated, he probably would not want to live anyway. Motivated by her dream, Isserley found Pennington’s van and set his dog free.

After Isserley left the van and the dog, she decided that she wanted to let her instinct decide where she would go from there. Even though she put her fingers over the turn...

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