Hi, all. Sorry that this post is late; I gave the new dog a bath when I got home--and then spent the rest of the night cleaning up the bathroom. LOL
Anyway, this week's blog post focuses on George Harvey's flashback in Chapter 15 of Alice Sebold's The Lovely Bones, in which he remembers both his mother's compulsion to steal and about how he learned that being a child or a woman were "the two worst things to be." In your comment for the week, please offer your ideas as to how the events depicted both in this flashback and in the first one have helped to transform Mr. Harvey into a serial killer as an adult.
Your response will count as a homework assignment for the second marking period.
Have a happy--and safe--Halloween tomorrow!! :-)