We Have Always Lived in the Castle - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7 Summary

Merricat decides that Thursday will be the day to get rid of Charles because Thursday is her most powerful day. Charles is trying to fix a broken step outside, but he isn't doing a very good job of it. Merricat makes a plan for getting rid of Charles. The first thing she does is break Charles's watch that he has been using with her father's watch chain. Then she tries to make her father's bedroom unrecognizable to Charles by removing the books from the desk and the blankets from the bed and replacing them with dirt, sticks, and scraps of glass and metal that she had collected during the night. After she puts the dirt and sticks in the bed, she pours water over them so he won't be able to sleep there.

When Charles discovers what Merricat has done to his room...

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