13 Little Blue Envelopes - Parts 5and 6: Pages 133 - 158 Summary & Analysis

Maureen Johnson
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Parts 5and 6: Pages 133 - 158 Summary

Waking up in Rome, Ginny discovers that the streets are so busy and the drivers are so fast that she is afraid to even cross the road. As such, she decides to stay on her own side of the street. She spots a tour group and follows them, noticing how they stood out as tourists. She knew she didn't look much better. She follows them into a metro station where a map reveals a stop marked Coliseo. There, she follows another tour group and eventually finds herself standing in front of the remnants of the virgins. She rummages around in her bag, looking for a suitable gift to give them, and finally settles on a US quarter. She tosses it on the grass between them, and opens Aunt Peg's next letter. The letter talks about the power women have, and how...

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