All the Winters After - Chapters 37-42 Summary & Analysis

Seré Halverson
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Chapter 37 – Lettie remembers her first year in Alaska, finishing the cabin with A.R, and the seemingly miraculous conception of the twins, the feeling of finally having everything she had ever wanted.

Chapter 38 – As Snag watches her mother sleep at the nursing home, she reflects on Lettie's devotion to Alaska. When Lettie wakes, they talk about Snag's sexuality, Lettie says she wishes she could have told her daughter that it was nothing to be ashamed of when she was growing up, but she did not know how. She also confesses that she knew Snag was in love with Elizabeth. Snag asks Lettie if she has stopped taking the pill that was causing her disorientation and Lettie admits that she has.

Chapter 39 – Kache reads a poem written by his mother in her journal. It occurs to him that he never really knew her as...

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