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Call Me Anna: The Autobiography of Patty Duke Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 29-32 Summary

Patty Duke
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Chapters 29-32 Summary and Analysis

In chapter twenty-nine, Patty and John take custody of John's three sons. However, having five children introduced a new chaos into Patty's life that she did not know how to deal with.

In chapter thirty, Patty tells how she hired two men who approached her on the street to be her managers. These men embezzled Patty's money, leading to a situation in which she and John were forced to take all five kids on the road to do plays in theaters all over the country.

In chapter thirty-one, Patty relates a story about a spiritual episode that took place in 1977. Patty was doing a film about psychic phenomena. The movie required long hours of work, leading Patty into a period of insomnia and an inability to eat. One night, on the way home, Patty began singing to songs on the radio she had...

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