Tangerine: A Novel - Chapter 16-Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Christine Mangan
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Lucy had spoken with Maude several times before her arrival in Tangier, each time telling her that her niece was going mad. She knew that Alice had feared that her aunt would commit her during her prolonged depression following her parents’ death, and Maude was easy to convince. She had paid Youssef for the new passport, and after Alice’s episode she was glad she had stayed with the name Sophie Turner. That night, after Alice fell asleep, Lucy spoke with Maude. She mentioned that Alice seemed so fragile that it might be good to have her committed, and Maude despairingly agreed that it should have been done long ago. When she offered her money to accompany Alice to a hospital in Spain, Lucy thought it was too good to be true.

In the morning, the police arrived to tell Alice that they...

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