All Is Not Forgotten - Chapters 13 - 14 Summary & Analysis

Wendy Walker
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In Chapter 13, Forrester talks about his wife, Julie. He loves her, but feels intellectually superior to her. They split family decisions – he makes the financial ones related to their investments; she makes the ones related to family members. He is the sole disciplinarian. He likes that she has a simplistic approach to life because he feels he can trust her. He feels like he makes her happy, which makes him happy. Julie teaches at a community college in a nearby town. He has suggested she get a master’s degree so they could have more intellectual conversations.

Forrester reminds the reader that his wife worries about their children, always imagining the worst. The voice mail she left on his phone sounded panicked as she worried about another round of questioning the kids who attended the party on the night of Jenny’s rape...

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