1406. All of this was correct except for the last part, which was a complete lie. The entire problem was that the museum never told Agnes she had no money due to her, or tax forms either. It was a bold faced lie, told by the secretary simply to cover herself because she had never bothered to return the long suffering teacher's calls.
1407. This was a tragic and frightening moment for Mrs. Festini. Ultimately for her, it had nothing to do with tax forms, was unrelated to payment, it was not even about simple respect and consideration, it was a situation where her integrity as a rational person and as an artist was being called into question.
1409. She was kept in the hospital overnight and then released to the care of her husband. Her husband had her committed to a very expensive convalescent home where she recuperated for a month. Then she returned home, a very angry, completely different sort of Agnes Festini.