The Best Little Girl in the World - Chapters 17 through 19 Summary & Analysis

Steven Levenkron
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Chapters 17 through 19 Summary

Grace, who has kept Susanna updated about Francesca's condition, asks her to come home for a few weeks. She writes Gregg as well, who says he can't get away but promises to call Francesca. He does and tells her to gain the weight back and get out of the hospital, that he's always known she could do whatever she set her mind to accomplish. Francesca admits to incredible jealousies of both her brother and sister. She recalls that her parents fawned over Susanna at length when she was about to leave for California. Francesca imagines that when she prepares to leave home her parents will barely take time to say goodbye. Though she seems to be exaggerating the situation, even Grace says that she hasn't written Gregg about Francesca's condition because he didn't need to worry about anything more than his...

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