Call Me Anna: The Autobiography of Patty Duke - Chapters 6-8 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter six, Patty recalls having nightmares of losing her mother, then having those dreams become reality when the Rosses had Patty move into their apartment with them. Patty's mother was not an active part of her career, but instead something of a babysitter and maid, doing all the things the Rosses did not want to do themselves. Patty saw her mother as a willing victim, someone who allowed the Rosses to walk all over her and did nothing to stand up for herself.

In chapter seven, Patty recalls working hard for the parts she wanted, but missing out on a few roles because she did not have the right experience or the right look. During this early time in her career, Patty recalls being a contestant on a television game show called The $64,000 Challenge. The associate producer of this show would meet...

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