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Afternoon of the Elves Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 13, 14, and 15 Summary

Janet Taylor Lisle
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Chapters 13, 14, and 15 Summary

Chapter 13: Hillary answers Sara-Kate's door, and Mrs. Lenox scolds her for not coming home sooner. Hillary tries to keep the door closed to prevent Mrs. Lenox from seeing inside, but she fails and the door creaks open. Mrs. Lenox sees Sara-Kate, and the disrepair and general chaos of the house. Concerned, Mrs. Lenox asks Sara-Kate where her mother is. Sara-Kate adopts a very polite demeanor, and tries to convince Mrs. Lenox that her mother is only sleeping upstairs, and that the house is in such disorder because they are getting it renovated.

Mrs. Lenox does not believe her, and she demands to see Sara-Kate's mother. Sara-Kate asks her to leave, and Hillary begs her mother not to intrude, but Mrs. Lenox is undeterred, marching up the stairs to the mother's room. Sara-Kate, defeated, slumps down on the staircase step, while Hillary tries to get her...

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