Finding Me - Chapter Twenty-Six: Starting Over Summary & Analysis

Michelle Knight
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There were mainly old people staying at the assisted living house. After Michelle arrived, an eighteen-year-old came giving her someone closer to her age. Michelle really wanted to get out on her own. After eleven years, she was ready for real freedom. Michelle watched her story being covered on TV. She couldn’t believe what a huge international story it had become. She learned how they were saved. When Amanda was sure that Castro was gone, she noticed that he had left the inner front door unlocked. She opened it but the screen door was chained and she could only open it a little. She stuck her arm through the opening and started waving and screaming to the top of her lungs.

Charles Ramsey, an African-American neighbor, heard Amanda. He ran up on the porch to help her. She begged for...

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