FLOWERS IN THE ATTIC PDF

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Flowers in the Attic PDF Summary by V. C. Andrews is a disturbing and controversial story that had created a great deal of noise when it was. Flowers in the Attic is V.C. Andrews's first and most famous novel. It became a runaway bestseller upon its publication in and was the first book in the. For I think of us more as flowers in the attic. Paper flowers. Born so brightly colored, and fading duller through all those long, grim, dreary, nightmarish days when.

They were sort of like Godzilla vs. Speaking of good stories It may seem like a small point, but I remember enjoying the ballet angle of this book.

I loved how Cathy used to practice her ballet moves in the attic with the elaborate costumes her mother bought her. I also remember how the bodice on one of them was too tight, because dear old mom hadn't recognized that her daughter had developed breasts. This scene may seem salacious to some, but I actually appreciated it on a whole different level.

As a young girl venturing into adulthood, I could really identify with Cathy's desire to be acknowledged as a young woman, only to be treated like a little kid. Believe me, I'm not saying this is a great work of genius It's delicious on the way down, but its lingering effects are vaguely sickening. One night, Cathy discovers her sleeping stepfather and kisses him. When Chris learns of the act, he is enraged and rapes Cathy.

He apologizes after, and Cathy forgives him by saying she wanted it too. Cory becomes sick and Corrine agrees to take him to the hospital only after threats from Cathy.

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The next day, Corrine returns and tells them Cory died, allegedly from pneumonia. Without warning, their mother and Bart move out. Eavesdropping on the servants, Chris learns that Malcolm died and Olivia is now leaving out doughnuts sprinkled with rat poison in an attempt to clear the attic's "mouse" infestation. The three remaining children finally flee, catching a train to Florida.

At the train station, Chris reveals he discovered Corrine's inheritance is conditional on her having no descendants, and she was poisoning them to secure her father's wealth. Chris and Cathy decide against contacting the police as their main concern is to stay together and protect Carrie, who is still a minor. Chris assures Cathy that they can make a new life without their mother, but Cathy swears to exact revenge one day.

Note: An inconsistency - There is slight confusion as to when the children arrived at Foxworth Hall.

Cathy mentions that they had been in the attic 3 years, 4 months, 16 days POTW- p They left 10 Nov meaning they arrived about 24 June Yet in Flowers in the Attic chapters "Goodbye Daddy" to "Roads to Riches", the dad dies in early May and it's inferred that a few months passed before they abandoned the house in Gladstone.

Also on page , it's mentioned that "August had come and gone.

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We have been in this prison a full year. Cathy is the second child and older daughter of Christopher and Corrine. She becomes an accomplished ballerina and later a novelist. During their time in the attic, she falls in love with Chris, her brother.

Christopher Garland "Chris" Dollanganger, Jr. Chris is the older brother of Cathy, Cory, and Carrie. He is an over-achiever and later becomes a doctor. During their time in the attic, he falls in love with Cathy. The "quiet one" of the twins, Cory is introverted but musically talented.

He becomes ill during their time in the attic and dies from arsenic poisoning at the hands of his mother. Prior to Cory's death, she is an extraverted girly girl , but after Cory dies she refuses to speak for months.

Excerpt: Flowers In The Attic

If I had a dime for every hypocrisy I witnessed in school, I'd be writing this review from my villa in France. While the incest angle of this story held undeniable appeal for me, I have to say that it was really the premise that captured my attention.

The whole notion of a mother who hides her children away in an attic was fascinating to me. I've always loved stories about people who are forced to survive in abnormal surroundings, whether it's Anne Frank or Patty Hearst or Pocahontas.

Flowers in the Attic PDF Summary – V. C. Andrews

The sick, twisted conditions that the Dollanganger kids endured made for great reading, especially as a preteen undergoing her own hellish circumstances. Contrary to what a lot of other readers have said here, it isn't just the sex that accounts for this book's popularity Although it's been many years since I've read this story, its characters remain vivid.

This is definitely a sign that the author did something right. I particularly enjoyed the two villians: the glamorous, narcissitic mother and the pious, sadistic grandmother.You know how he used to scold me. Trust me.

John Amos: A butler to the Foxworth family. Andrews on the map—and set the book-reading world aflutter—this piece seeks to explore the darkest and most seedy side of familial interactions and the extend to which blood can blind when placed in front of an extreme moral code. Not only that, but Andrews shows the depth of betrayal and hope the characters hold, unique to them, with the people in their lives that they love.

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He apologizes after, and Cathy forgives him by saying she wanted it too. So I am going to put what I disliked about the book in spoilers.

Is your something self just recoiling that so many young, impressionable minds were left pondering such blatant, three-generational examples of glorified incest?? The twins can eat while we pack.

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