I Was Anastasia - "Fair Warning" and Part 1: Chapters 1 - 3 Summary & Analysis

Ariel Lawhon
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In "Fair Warning," narrator Anna Anderson asks if the reader is brave enough to accept the truth about her identity. She warns the reader to pay attention and to understand what has made her who she is. She says that only after she has told her entire story will the reader be granted the right to tell the narrator who she really is.

Chapter 1, told from the third-person perspective, focuses on Anna Anderson. It is set in Charlottesville, Virginia on Feb. 17, 1970, fifty years to the day when Anna jumped from a bridge in Berlin. She and her husband, Jack Manahan, are waiting for a call from an appeals court in Germany to tell them the status of Anna's appeal. Anna knows that Jack desperately hopes that she will be acknowledged by the court as Anastasia Romanov. She refuses to...

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