The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks - The Letter, Again Summary & Analysis

E. Lockhart
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The Letter, Again Summary

Frankie is called to the Headmaster's Office, and she writes a letter explaining her involvement. She calls Zada, to tell her about everything.

Porter comes to talk to Frankie, and explains he's hated Alpha since Alpha broke his sister's heart. In danger of failing a class, Porter was asked by Headmaster Richmond to get into the Basset Hounds, and let him know if anything was up. Porter has been something of a double-agent, and still feels some sort of protective loyalty to Frankie. If he had known Frankie was "TheAlphaDog", he says he would never have turned in the e-mails.

The Letter, Again Analysis

Anger toward Alpha isn't confined to Frankie. Porter also has his own vendetta against Alpha, and it was Porter who turned Alpha in and confirmed suspicions that he was plotting the pranks. This is also...

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