The Lovely Bones

What does Mr. Harvey save from the burlap sack?

Chapter 4

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He had put me in the waxy cloth sack and thrown in the shaving cream and razor from the mud ledge, his book of sonnets, and finally the bloody knife. They were tumbled together with my knees, fingers, and toes, but he made a note to extract them before my blood grew too sticky later that night. The sonnets and the knife, at least, he saved.

Mr. Harvey saved the sonnets and the knife.



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