A Mango-Shaped Space - Chapters 2 and 3 Summary & Analysis

Wendy Mass
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Mia finishes the portrait of her grandfather against a blue-gray sky but feels something is missing. She decides to paint Mango on his shoulder. She has to make Mango as he looked when he was a kitten because there isn't much space, but feels that completes the picture perfectly.

Mia remembers the day she found Mango. It was the day of her grandfather's funeral. Everyone was gathered around the grave when Mia saw a tiny kitten. She believed the kitten had the same eyes as her Grandfather and immediately loved the kitten. Mia believes that her grandfather's soul has split into pieces, and that a piece of it lives in Mango. She had to beg her parents to let Mango live inside. Mia chose the name Mango because he made mango-colored sounds with his purrs and wheezes. The kitten wheezed when he breathed...

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