The Twisted Window

by Lois Duncan

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What is the central conflict/problem in "The Twisted Window"?

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The central conflict is caused by the central problem.
The central problem is, Brad is so upset by the loss of his sister that he can't accept reality (she's dead).
The central conflict is between Brad and the rest of the world, including the people whose daughter he steals.


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