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Violets Are Blue Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 45 Summary

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Chapter 45 Summary

William and Michael drive through the south right on schedule. William educates his younger brother on the history of the south. They travel through Georgia on a mission. They must feed in Savannah. Once they arrive, they are accosted by two young trampy women, who they reject. They notice and appreciate all the desirable locals, even a two-year-old as he plays in a park. Michael finally makes a satisfactory selection.

Chapter 45 Analysis

The author includes enough viewpoint from the killers to add more gore to the novel, but leaves much of their conversation and selection unstated. As is the case with their latest victim, the author fails to describe what the killers see. This tactic serves to heighten suspense. Often the reader only learns the identity of the victim when Cross does.

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