Whatever Happened to Janie? - Chapter Thirteen Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirteen Summary

The policemen tell her that there is nothing for her to be afraid of, but Jennie is almost sick with anxiety. They had already spoken with her Connecticut parents, and suggest that the family clear out of the room so that they can talk to her. Mr. Spring digs his heels in and tells them he is her father and won't leave. She tells the police that they can stay, and backs into a seat on the sofa. She grabs a pillow, clutching it to her like a bear as Mr. Mollison introduces himself and the other two policemen that had originally been assigned to her case. Jodie can't even look at her sister. Jennie looks like a trapped rabbit. Every sentence she utters comes out sounding younger and younger until finally it is as though they are interviewing three year...

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