Slapstick: Or, Lonesome No More! - Chapters 11 and 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

The next morning Wilbur and Eliza dress themselves and perceive no danger in the house. They encounter one of their practical nurses, Oveta Cooper. They put their heads physically together so that the genius is present when Eliza speaks. She tells Oveta that a miracle has happened and their parents' wishes have come true as now they are cured. They assure the startled Oveta that things will be even more pleasant than before and that the staff does not have to worry about their positions. She asks to have breakfast in the solarium and to notify the other staff as to the miracle that has occurred.

Once in the solarium, various staff members come to greet the children, who know their names and are familiar with their lives. The children apologize for the sudden change but explain they didn't realize anyone...

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