The Westing Game - Study Guide The Westing Will: Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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E.J. Plum begins by assuring everyone that he has examined the documents and verified the signatures of Samuel W. Westing and his two witnesses: Julian Eastman, President and CEO of Westing Paper Products, and Sidney Sikes, M.D., Coroner of Westing County. Mr. Plum explains that, although the will is eccentric, it is completely legal.

"Today I have gathered together my nearest and dearest, my sixteen nieces and nephews." At these words in the will, Grace Wexler jumps up; E.J. Plum reads the next sentence, which instructs Grace Windsor Wexler to sit down. It's obvious that this is no ordinary will, since it anticipates the actions of the heirs.

The will goes on to state that Westing did not die of natural causes, and that one of the people sitting in the room took Westing's life. There will be...

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