13 Little Blue Envelopes - Study Guide Part 12: Pages 305 - 320 Summary & Analysis

Maureen Johnson
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On Thurday morning, Ginny, Richard and Keith go to the meeting with Cecil Gage-Rathbone. Peg's paintings are on display, and chronicle her illness, making them unique, Cecil offers quietly, but he admits that Peg had already attracted attention prior to her illness, touted as the next Mari Adams. He reveals that Peg had deliberately set them aside, knowing their value would increase after her death. Richard can't take his eyes off the paintings, and before they can collect their breaths, bidding begins. She reaches for his hand and hold it until the bidding stops at seventy thousand pounds.

The next day, it all seems surreal. She gets up and Richard has circled the exchange rate, adding $133,000 US in the margin. She can't help but feel this isn't all of it. Something is missing. She goes to see Keith who is working on his...

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