Echo - Part Two, Chapters 13-24 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 13, Mr. Potter is accomplished with the harmonica and can make an array of sounds. He begins teaching Frankie and Mike about playing “blues” music. He has sheet music for the harmonica that he loans the boys. For the next two weeks, the Potters care for Frankie and Mike, and Mr. Howard sometimes takes them on outings. Eunice is never with them. On the night before the Fourth of July, Frankie wonders if Eunice might spend time with them the following day, especially since Mr. Howard is out of town.

In Chapter 14, Frankie worries that he is too noisy or somehow to blame for the fact that Eunice never spends time with them. Mike tries to reassure him, saying it will just take time for her to get past the shock of having two boys instead of the one girl...

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