Thirteen Doorways, Wolves Behind Them All - The Queen in the Tower; Hunger; Bless Me; Mercy Summary & Analysis

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The final section is titled 1945 – Doorways. The first chapter of this section is titled “The Queen in the Tower.” Frankie begins to go to the diner often, though it means she has no money for transportation and has to walk home. She becomes acquainted with Nancy and the cook, Harvey. Nancy teases her about a “fella,” and Frankie reveals that her father is very strict. One day, she goes outside to discover Germany has surrendered, which will bring an end to the war. She discovers a note from Aunt Marion that says there is someone Frankie should meet. The following Saturday, Aunt Marion says she is taking Frankie and Toni to lunch, but takes them to Dunning, a mental asylum. Pearl notes the number of ghosts roaming around. When Toni questions why they are there, Aunt...

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