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THE WESTING GAME - STUDY NOTES

CHAPTER 25: Westing's Wake

Summary

With Sandy dead and Crow arrested, the remaining fourteen heirs return to Judge Ford's living room to go over what happened. When Otis Amber mourns what's happened to Crow, Turtle Wexler stands up for her friend Sandy McSouthers. Denton Deere tells Turtle that she should have remembered that before kicking him in the shins. Turtle protests, saying she never did that but Denton insists there was a bruise on his shin from being kicked today. Turtle persists, with Flora Baumbach as her witness: she hadn't seen Sandy until that evening and the only one she kicked today was Barney Northrup. Theo then says that Sandy was also his friend, as they played chess together at the Westing house, though Sandy didn't know Theo knew who he was playing with. Both Turtle and Judge Ford are surprised by.........

Notes

The rest of the clues are now pieced together regarding Sam Westing's elaborate masquerade: the damage to his shin, which could only have been to Barney Northrup; the chess game with Theo, which is traced back to Sandy McSouthers; Judge Ford's realization that Theo fell for the queen's sacrifice, a signature Sam Westing move; the false teeth at Sandy's dentist, which relates to.........

 

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