The Westing Game - Strange Answers: Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

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Strange Answers: Chapter 23 Summary

The heirs arrive at the Westing house, sitting at tables in the game room. Because of the damage to her braid, Turtle now sports a short, sleek haircut; she's not adjusted to it yet and feels some embarrassment. To comfort her, Flora shows her a photo of Rosalie, her beloved daughter who had Down Syndrome. "I think I would have liked her," Turtle says gently, after seeing the photo of Flora Baumbach's daughter. Turtle has convinced Angela not to confess to the "bombings." Turtle is underage, and nothing will be put on her permanent record; as an adult, Angela would have a criminal record for the rest of her life.

Theo immediately goes to the chess board to see if there's a new move. Yes, the mysterious player has moved; now, it's Theo's turn. Doug enters to much applause for his victory in...

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