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Flowers in the Attic Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Chapters 13-15 Summary

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Part 2: Chapters 13-15 Summary

Growing Up, Growing Wiser. Another year has passed and Mother's visits have become more infrequent. Cathy spends one afternoon exploring her naked body in the mirror while the others are in the attic. Chris comes down and surprises her, but instead of leaving, he watches. The grandmother comes in and catches them. The grandmother accuses them of incest, but Chris stands up to her, insisting they are innocent. The grandmother leaves, but returns a short time later with a pair of scissors. The grandmother insists that Cathy cut her hair or she will not bring them food for a week. Cathy does not want to cut her hair. However, during the night, the grandmother sneaks into the room and dumps tar on Cathy's head. Chris spends the entire following day trying to get the tar out with chemicals from his chemistry kit. A...

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