The Best Little Girl in the World - Chapters 14 through 16 Summary & Analysis

Steven Levenkron
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Chapters 14 through 16 Summary

As soon as she's left in the hospital, Francesca calls home to beg her mother to come get her. Her parents aren't yet home, having stopped for lunch. Francesca is angry by the time her mother answers but Grace remains firm. The next time Francesca calls, Hal answers and also brooks no nonsense. After that call, Hal leaves the phone off the hook and he and Grace share dinner and an evening at home together. Meanwhile, Francesca meets her roommate, a black girl named Lila who has had surgery to repair a club foot. When the dinner trays arrive, Francesca eats nothing and the worker who picks up the trays says Francesca is "a skinny", and predicts that she'll have tubes within a few days and that she soon won't be able to walk. Sandy warns that Francesca is - and...

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