Call Me Anna: The Autobiography of Patty Duke - Chapters 3-5 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter three, Anna Marie Duke was taken, at the age of seven or eight, to meet the Rosses. The Rosses were her brother Ray's managers in his endeavors as an actor. Ray had had a decent career, with several credits under his belt, and someone thought it might be a good idea to introduce Anna Marie to the Rosses as well. The Rosses expressed caution in taking on Anna Marie, but decided to take a chance. Anna Marie had never reallybeen interested in actors, though she had often played pretend with friends.

In chapter four, Ethel announced to Anna Marie that they were going to change her name. Ethel told her that Anna Marie was dead and she was Patty now. This careless comment caused Patty to suffer a lifelong fear of death until a spiritual event in 1983 took the fear away...

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