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Violets Are Blue - Chapter 10-11 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10-11 Summary

In the opening of Chapter Ten, a large white tiger pounces on a vibrant young man. As his command, the tiger releases his head, as though playing a game. William and Michael Alexander play with the powerful tiger in the peaceful California countryside. The brothers themselves exhibit beautiful physiques that often attract attention.

The author describes the brothers as sons of a couple who lived in a hippie commune in the California countryside. At an early age, they leaned that all consensual sex is good, even incest and homosexual relations. They view the outside world as dangerous and wrong. Moreover, they hold prison records for felony possession. Undetected, they have been killing for five years. They seek an unbridled mind and believe in their own immortality.

The two brothers seek more prey in the Mill Valley area. They do not seek just any prey; however...

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