Call Me Anna: The Autobiography of Patty Duke - Chapters 25-28 Summary & Analysis

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In chapter twenty-five, Patty learned that John Ross died. This tragedy set off a manic episode that would color Patty's acceptance speech for an Emmy she won for her role in My Sweet Charlie. Patty was rumored to be on drugs or simply crazy after people saw her speech. The following day her manager put her back in Westwood Psychiatric Hospital.

In chapter twenty-six, Patty tells readers how she met Michael Tell, a man she married after knowing him for a very short time. Michael wanted to sublet an apartment in Patty's building. Due to the fact that Patty was about to do a play in Chicago, she offered her apartment to him. That night they shared a drink in the apartment so Michael could see it. The following night they played Monopoly together. Patty went to Chicago a short time later and...

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