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The Westing Game Chapter Summary & Analysis - Tenants In and Out: Chapter 3 Summary

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Tenants In and Out: Chapter 3 Summary

In apartment 3D, Angela Wexler, Turtle's older sister, is being fitted for a wedding dress. Flora Baumbach, the dressmaker who lives on the second floor, is fitting while Grace Wexler watches. It's apparent that Angela is Mrs. Wexler's favorite daughter. Turtle arrives and starts to tell them the story she heard about Mr. Westing's corpse but doesn't go into the gory details. Instead, Turtle asks if Mrs. Baumbach will hem her witch's costume. Mrs. Wexler reminds her that the wedding dress takes precedent; Angela then volunteers to sew the costume's hem for her sister.

During this scene, it is revealed that Turtle doesn't like Doctor Deere, Angela's husband-to-be. She considers him a stuck-up-know-it-all; Grace Wexler thinks he's a brilliant young man, and she'll be proud to have two doctors in the family. Also in this scene, we find out...

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