The Unexpected Mrs. Pollifax - Chapters 8 through 13 Summary & Analysis

Dorothy Gilman
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Chapters 8 through 13 Summary

It is nighttime when they begin their descent and Farrell looks out to see mountains. He tries to put together the landscape with possible landing sites and comes up with one possibility, Albania. Farrell says that Albania would be one of the few places where the "Red Chinese" would be welcome, referring to those promoting Communism. Farrell offers some history of Albania, including past rulers and countries that have been in control over recent years. After Farrell's explanation, Mrs. Pollifax recalls that Roger had said that she should send a telegram if she found herself "in a jam." She says that this is a very "sticky jam" and that there is no way for her to send a wire. Mrs. Pollifax has discovered that her purse was searched but that she still has her cards. She has played several games of...

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