Flowers in the Attic - Part 2: Chapters 16-18 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Chapters 16-18 Summary

To Find a Friend. Cory finds a mouse that has gotten its leg trapped in a mousetrap. Chris frees the mouse and treats its leg at Cory's insistence. Cory wants to keep the mouse, so Chris sets up an old bird cage for it. Cory names it Mickey. It takes some time for the mouse to trust Cory, but eventually it begins crawling over his chest, eating food from his pockets.

At Last, Momma. Cathy has come to realize the twins have not grown but an inch or two since they came to Foxworth Hall. Chris suggests they force the twins out onto the attic roof to get some sun, but when they try this, the twins panic. Later, the mother surprises them with a visit and lots of gifts. Chris yells at her, accusing her of living a...

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