From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler Point of View
Periodically, the narrator speaks directly to Saxonberg.
Until chapter eight, it is unclear who the narrator is.
I chose the best person to run away with me.
The narrator is one of the main characters in the story, Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler.
What is the nature of your business here?
"The game was nothing very complicated, Saxonberg...They played war, that simple game where each player puts down a card, and the higher card takes both."
"In fact when they emerged from the train at Grand Central...Claudia felt that having Jamie there was important."
And that, Saxonberg, is how I enter the story. Claudia and Jamie Kincaid came to see me about Angel.
We are here to discuss the Italian Renaissance.
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