A Gate at the Stairs - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Three opens with Tassie back in Troy. Sarah is sending a taxi to pick up Tassie because they are flying to Green Bay to meet another birth mother. Edward will be joining them. Sarah talks about how one needs to go to the South to find good manners anymore and that “there are no manners in the Midwest anymore” (75). Sarah talks about her restaurant and how her father died before seeing it come to fruition, but that he was rich. She then asks if Tassie’s father is rich, to which Tassie replies that “people thought we were, but we weren’t” (76). Sarah and Tassie board the flight and Tassie learns that they are going to meet Bonnie, a birth mother, whose child was in foster care and almost two years old. The child’s father is black and Sarah talks about how...

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