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Violets Are Blue Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 17-18 Summary

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Chapter 17-18 Summary

The story of the murders breaks the San Francisco news. At a local diner, William and Michael watch the news excitedly. Inaccurate facts, which Hughes planted in the news on purpose, upset Michael. William explains that reports are simply part of the corrupt system. The brothers share a desire to feed more. The brothers discuss the foolishness of the police as they drive to a shopping mall. Outside the mall, they hunt for the appropriate appetizer.

After their hunting at the mall, the brothers break into a funeral home. They find an attractive female specimen on the table. As they prepare to feed on her, William describes how common such practices are among funeral directors. Often the men who run the establishment molest the dead bodies. The woman's body sexually arouses both brothers. They molest her before drinking her blood.

Chapter 17-18 Analysis

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