Eight Keys - Part 2, Chapter 21 – Part 3, Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

Suzanne LaFleur
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Part 2, Chapter 21, A Lifetime Supply of Questions – Elise reads her poem in English class. It is called “Hiding”, about things being different than they seem, and losing track of the important things. Mrs. Wakefield is very impressed. So are Aunt Bessie and Uncle Hugh. In Elise’s barn library, she finds the final key to the final room. In the room is a large sign that says “QUESTION”, and hundreds of little pieces of paper with questions written on them that vary from questions about lost sets of keys, shoes, what is being served for dinner, and so on. Each question recorded also has the name of the person who asked the question, including some from Elise as a toddler. Elise feels let down, wanting to have found the final answer to everything, but only having found more questions in the...

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