Annie on My Mind - Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13-14 Summary

For the first time since entering Ms. Widmer and Ms. Stevenson's house, Annie decides to venture upstairs. What she finds will change their lives forever. Shouting for Liza to join her, she excitedly shows her Ms. Stevenson and Ms. Widmer's bookcase. It is full of literature on homosexuality. Annie and Liza look at each other in surprise - Ms, Widmer and Ms. Stephenson are like them.

The discovery leads to a discussion about how Liza and Annie should runaway together. As it turns it is not a serious idea. Both girls baulk at the idea of telling their parents and both girls chide the other for being gutless. Annie says her parents and her grandmother, Sicilains, could never understand while Liza says her parents wouldn't exactly be happy with the idea either. In the end they decide, that more than anything...

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