The Beginning of Spring - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2 Summary

An early morning phone call informs Frank that the three children are at the Alexander Station being looked after by the station master's wife. Frank takes a sledge taxi to drive him to the station and wait while he collects the children. He is careful to choose a sledge that appears to be just starting out for the day, rather than one that had been working all night, because that would the very likely mean the driver would be drunk. The children are not in the station. He is told by the waitress in the station restaurant that they have been taken to the station master's house a short trip away. Telling the sledge driver to wait, Frank goes from the station to the home of the station master, where he finds the children not in the care of the station master's wife...

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