Agenda 21 - Chapters 47 and 48 Summary & Analysis

Glenn Beck
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Emmeline is running late for work, and once she arrives there is no Gatekeeper. Lizzie is drinking with the daytime caretaker. Lizzie is mad, as Randall has been taken away, and she blames Emmeline for it.

Lizzie clarifies that the children will not be in the Children’s Village anymore starting tomorrow. Lizzie says she stole the alcohol, and as she continues to drink Emmeline hurries around. She tries to gather supplies, but has no light, and drops them. She starts to cry, fearing she will lose Elsa.

In Chapter 48, Emmeline sees that Lizzie has passed out, and she takes her torch. She checks on all the other children, and feeds and changes the babies. After she speaks briefly with the boy from the other night, she decides to take Elsa to David.

She escapes, which is easy since there is no Gatekeeper...

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