Are You in the House Alone? - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Richard Peck
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Chapter 13 Summary

Gail's mother enters Gail's room and tells her that she has written a letter to Aunt Viola. Aunt Viola is Mrs. Osburne's wealthy aunt. Gail's mother has been trying to devise a plan for the future for Gail with her best interests at heart. Unknowingly, Gail has also been contemplating her own plans for the future. Gail listens while her mother explains her idea about seeking charity from her aunt for a boarding school. Gail refuses the idea and tells her mother not to send the letter.

Gail decided at that moment that the future begins immediately. Gail went downstairs to eat dinner with her family. Gail was not going to allow them to bring her dinner up to her on trays any more. When Gail entered the kitchen, her father appeared to be leaving, but her mother was hanging on to his...

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