Flowers in the Attic - Part 1: Chapters 3-5 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1: Chapters 3-5 Summary

The Grandmother's House. The children wake in the morning and take a closer look at the room where they have been locked in. The grandmother arrives with their day's ration of food and gives them a list of rules they are expected to follow. Most of the rules deal with keeping themselves and their surroundings neat as well as refraining from any behaviors that might be deemed inappropriate, such as boys and girls bathing together. The older children try to make all this seem like fun to the twins, but they find themselves feeling angry and unhappy with the grandmother's assumptions about their behaviors. Cathy finds herself hoping the grandfather is much nicer and will accept them much easier than the grandmother.

The Attic. The children have been told they may play in the attic after ten a.m...

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