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A Slipping-down Life - Chapters 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 15 and 16 Summary

When Evie arrives at the hospital, Mrs. Harrison is there with an old lady named Mrs. Willoughby who lives next door to Evie's father. Mrs. Willoughby tells her that her father died. Mrs. Harrison asks if Evie would like to see him, but she declines. Mrs. Willoughby relates that she was talking to him over the fence when he suddenly slumped. The two ladies offer to stay the night with Evie at her father's house, but she insists on being alone. Evie wanders through the house, touching nothing, until she gets to her room, which is empty of furniture because she moved it to the tarpaper shack. She picks up the phone, calls Clotelia, and asks if she will come to spend the night with her. Clotelia agrees, and then Evie calls David's house. His brother answers, and Evie says she...

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