Willow - Chapters 9 - 11 Summary & Analysis

Julia Hoban
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Chapters 9 - 11 Summary

Willow leaves the library after work and immediately sees David walking toward her on the street. Immediately, Willow is uncomfortable because she's been thinking about how she can forge David's signature on the failed French quiz so he won't have to know she's struggling in school. She fears that David can see the guilt washed on her face, and that he'll figure out that she's hiding something. David greets Willow kindly as he approaches her, but the two don't have a chance to talk before they are interrupted by one of Stephen's acquaintances from the University. This man, Stephen, hasn't been David in almost a year and he's eager to catch up. Willow stands there awkwardly, knowing that when David recounts the events of the past year, he's going to incriminate her. He's going to tell Stephen that she killed their...

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