Where Things Come Back - Chapters Ten and Eleven Summary & Analysis

John Corey Whaley
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Chapters Ten and Eleven Summary

Cabot waits two weeks before packing Benton's things into boxes. It takes three boxes in total and the last thing that he does is strip the bedding. Under the mattress, he discovers a diary of sorts and sets it aside. He carries the first box down the stairs and then begins flipping through the pages of Benton's book. The introduction makes him smile, and he thumbs forward to the entry that follows their meeting. Page number forty seven begins with Benton's impressions of Cabot, and they make him laugh. He takes the second and then the third box down, holding back the journal again. For the next two nights, he flips through it reading Benton's often comical entries. Benton's description of him 'looking much smarter than he actually is' has Cabot laughing again. The book is barely...

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