My Point-- and I Do Have One - Chapters 13, 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13, 14 and 15 Summary and Analysis

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In Chapter 14, Ellen explains why she did not want a thirteen chapter. Since buildings do not have a thirteenth floor to ward off bad luck, Ellen did not want a thirteenth chapter. The fourteenth chapter also has no content since it could be considered the thirteenth chapter. Ellen moves on to the next chapter. This logic makes perfect sense to Ellen.

In Chapter 15, The Scariest Thing, Ellen discusses her biggest fear. Even as an adult, Ellen is afraid late at night. She is always tuned into the little creaks and noises that seem to happen in the dark when no one else is in the house. Ellen thinks her current house may be haunted by a ghost but she is not sure. One thing that really scares her is the discovery of...

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