The Beet Queen - Part 3, Chapter 12, 1964 Summary & Analysis

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Part 3, Chapter 12, 1964 Summary

Wallace Pfef. Wallace thinks that Dot's behavior is due to the fact that they all love her too much. Wallace thinks it might also have something to do with Mary and Celestine's fighting all the time. Wallace talks about a time when Dot once ran away to be with Karl and stopped at Wallace's house. Wallace told her that Karl was a bad man and she would be better off staying with her mother. Eventually, Dot allowed Wallace to call her mother. Wallace thinks of Dot as the one person in the world that he loves more than anyone and he feels that he let her down that Christmas after the play fiasco. Wallace saw her on stage dressed in the same robe he had allowed Karl to wear and he saw Karl. Later that night, when Dot appeared on his...

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