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Call Me Anna: The Autobiography of Patty Duke Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 12-14 Summary

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Chapters 12-14 Summary and Analysis

In chapter twelve, the film version of The Miracle Worker began filming in the summer of 1961. Patty was reunited with most of the cast and a few key members of the crew, including the director Arthur Penn, on whom she still had a crush. When the film was completed, Patty was devastated by the loss, once again, of her Miracle Worker family.

In chapter thirteen, Patty recalls that it was during the filming of The Miracle Worker movie that the Rosses began drinking more heavily. This led to some sexual molestation of her at the hands of John Ross that included some inappropriate touching. During this time, as well, the Rosses began encouraging Patty to drink herself. After the filming of The Miracle Worker, Patty was cast in a play called Isle of Children. However, this play did not have a congruent plot...

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