Call Me Anna: The Autobiography of Patty Duke - Chapters 15-17 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter fifteen, Patty became old enough to date, but she was never allowed, so her first kiss was on a bus with a young actor on whom she had a crush. However, the boy found himself a different girlfriend a few days later and Patty remained confused and depressed when it came to boys. Then she met Frank Sinatra Jr. Frank was interested in Patty, but he traveled a great deal, so the majority of their relationship consisted of phone calls and letters. It was because of this relationship that the Rosses finally allowed Patty to get her phone hooked up.

During this same time period, Patty became so unhappy at the Rosses that she began sleeping all weekend so that she would not have to deal with them. About this same time, the Rosses began pushing Patty to sign a lifetime...

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