From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Prologue

• Mrs. Basil Frankweiler opens the novel by writing a letter to her attorney.

• Her attorney's name is Saxonberg.
• She includes in the letter her latest case file.

• She plans to have her chauffeur deliver the letter because she doesn't want to see Saxonberg again.
• The letter leaves instructions on how to change her will based on the case file.

Chapter 1

• Claudia is the main character in this novel.

• She is tired of having to do all of the chores in her household and has decided to run away.

• She believes she has to do all of the chores because she is the only girl among her siblings.

• She thinks that if she runs away her family will appreciate her more.
• Claudia decides to run away to New York City from her home in Greenwich.

• She also decides to take her little brother Jamie with her.

• Claudia plans...

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