Agenda 21 - Chapters 32, 33 and 34 Summary & Analysis

Glenn Beck
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In Chapter 32, on her first night of work, Emmeline finds herself already staring off badly. When she first arrives the two workers ask Emmeline if she has brought her torch, which she hasn't. They chastise her immediately. Emmeline follows one of the other workers, Lizzie, around because Emmeline has no light to do anything on her own.

Lizzie snaps at Emmeline frequently, making it clear that she only follows her own rules, not Joan’s. Lizzie says they must restock, even though Joan says that is only done during the day. They slowly progress through the nursery until there is only one crib left, and Emmeline has not seen Elsa yet. She worries that Elsa may have been taken.

In Chapter 33, Emmeline sees Elsa in the last crib and is relieved. Lizzie says Elsa is stubborn and that she doesn’t like her...

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