An Unnecessary Woman - Pages 268-299 Summary & Analysis

Rabih Alameddine
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Aaliya is finally able to motivate herself to help with the moving. She thinks the crates look like lined up caskets. Joumana kneels in front of one of the crates. When she hears Aaliya gasp she motions for her to calm down. Aaliya begins to cry again when Joumana lifts off the top to reveal the water soaked pages. Behind her, Fadia begins to massage her shoulders. Aaliya thinks of the different ways that authors have killed themselves over the course of the years. She notes that of the artists, musicians are less likely to kill themselves.

Marie-Thérèse says they will have to separate all of the pages to allow them to dry. Fadia insists they must dry them or fungus will spread throughout the apartments. They put up laundry lines and begin to hang the sheets up to dry. When...

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