The Hotel New Hampshire - Study Guide Sorrow Strikes Again Summary & Analysis

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As the family prepares for the move to Vienna, Ronda Ray tells John that she wants to go along. John is relieved when his father says they can't afford to take her. Lilly has become interested in the circus that had booked rooms in the hotel for the summer. The circus is owned by a midget known to the family as Fritz. At Frank's insistence, the family learns about Vienna, studying the language, history and maps of the area. Frank picks up the German language more quickly than the rest of the family and the thought that they'll have to be dependent on Frank for directions and help when the go somewhere spurs John to study harder.

Through Freud's correspondence, they learn that there are prostitutes in the hotel, that prostitution isn't illegal, and that there are also some sort of "diplomats" in...

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Beacham's Encyclopedia of Popular Fiction and Beacham's Guide to Literature for Young Adults
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