My Mother Was Nuts - Chapters 32 through 35 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 32 through 35 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 32: In the Event of My Death

Penny was in New York for Christmas when she got a call from Ronny. Their mother had passed away. She recalled three envelopes her mother had left in her desk, one for each of her children. They were all marked with, "in the event of my death." In Penny's letter her mother told her that she knew Penny took her laundry quarters in order to go to the movies. Her disease had been a challenge for the family. The kids bought her and Tony a house and got round-the-clock care for her mother. She had steadily deteriorated and wasn't aware that her kids got together and built a dance theater in her name at Northwestern University.

Marjorie left her body to USC for research. The family had no idea that the possession...

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