Flowers in the Attic - Part 1: Chapters 10-12 Summary & Analysis

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Part 1: Chapters 10-12 Summary

The Christmas Party. Mother comes back later that evening dressed in an expensive gown and shows Cathy and Chris to a cupboard from which they can see the party downstairs. They watch as people they do not know move among the expensive decorations and fancily dressed servants. They see the grandmother and are surprised to see her dressed in something other than her typical grey uniform. The grandfather is there as well, dressed in a tuxedo and being pushed in a wheelchair by his nurse. As the children watch, they see their mother with a young, dark man they later learn is Bartholomew Winslow. Chris and Cathy overhear another couple talking about their mother, suggesting that her relationship with Bartholomew is more serious than it looks. After a while, Chris takes Cathy back to the room and then he...

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