The Twisted Window - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 Summary

On the way to New Mexico, Tracy and Brad discuss how they will celebrate with Jamie when they reach Albuquerque. Brad tells Tracy that she will live with his family and that his mother will welcome Tracy's company, particularly when he leaves to go to college, because she hates to be alone. Tracy finds the idea of living with strangers attractive, because she longs to be with people who do not remind her of her past. Brad describes the best times of his life, with his father, fishing at their cabin in the Pecos Mountains. As Brad shares memories, Tracy relates how she spent time with her mother in New York, but realizes that it was actually her father who had done these things with her. She recalls how her mother hated Winfield and how different she was from Aunt Irene. Tracy falls...

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