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From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler Point of View

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  • 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.
  • POINT OF VIEW
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