Where Is the Mango Princess? - Chapter 3 and Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

C. E. Crimmins
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Chapter 3 and Chapter 4 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 3: At Cathy's insistence, Alan's neurosurgeon was switched from Dr. (Expletive) to Dr. Peter Ellis, a kind and patient man who answered all her questions. Dr. Ellis assured her Alan would wake up, and on the fifth morning after the accident, Alan opened his eyes. For the next few days, he existed in a semi-comatose state, uttering slurred words and still jerking his limbs around. He was able to recognize the family and call them by name. Alan's sister, Marcia, gave Alan a Glinda the Good Witch figurine, which Cathy and Alan gave to Marcia when Marcia was dealing with the birth of her premature child. It was a good luck charm.

Alan's first sentence was, "I love you," to Cathy. It turned out Alan was fortunate to be left-handed. Had he been right-handed, the side of...

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