Prologue and Monday | Anna | Campbell
Prologue and Monday - Anna - Campbell
• The prologue features Carl Von Clausewitz' "Vom Kriege", words about starting a war with a clear goal and how to use the war to reach the goal.
• This is followed by the protagonist's recollection of her first attempt at age three to kill her sister, but then she muses that in the end, she doesn't kill her sister. She (the sister) does it on her own.
• Carl Sandburg's "Kin" is then quoted about the brother who is fire.
• Anna is thirteen and looking for an escape from her life as her sister Kate's organ donor, so she pawns her locket for more money, convinces her brother Jesse to drive her to attorney Campbell Alexander's office, where she convinces the attorney, who first thinks she's pregnant, to represent her in suing her parents for the rights to...
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