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The Girl Who Owned a City Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Two: Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

O.T. Nelson
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Part Two: Chapters 11 and 12 Summary

Chapter eleven describes the secrecy of preparations for the move. On the night of the move, captains wake the children, telling them of the plan. Children quietly gather and load their possessions on the truck. To stay at the new "city," the children must follow the rules and help fortify the city. While it's being fortified, the building will seem deserted, with no lights and no one at the windows. The new city has living quarters, a cafeteria, a hospital run by Jill, classrooms run by Craig, and a job for everyone. Lisa says that the building is hers. People who stay have to work, but everyone is free to leave. All the children will learn farming, medicine, defense, machinery, or building. The strategy room is run by the new general, Charlie, and there will be strategy meetings daily. They plan...

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