Chasing Vermeer - Chapters Sixteen and Seventeen Summary & Analysis

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Chapters Sixteen and Seventeen Summary

In Chapter Sixteen, Petra and Calder sit in Gracie Hall, the Lower School, and wonder if the painting could be here. They pretend to have an assignment that requires them to make a map of the school and gain access to many hidden areas around the building. They are taken to the basement where Calder gets purposely left behind. When Petra returns to him, he has found a painting, but it is not the Lady.

In Chapter Seventeen, near Mrs. Sharpe's home Petra sees a piece of torn paper that is a portion of the letter by the thief. She shows it to Calder. The next day a book is published praising the good that has come from the theft but also tells the thief it is time to return the painting.

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