And We Stay - Chapters 10-11 Summary & Analysis

Jenny Hubbard
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In Chapter 10, Emily buys socks, cigarettes, and a greeting card for K.T. The greeting card reminds her of a story that Paul once told her about him and his sister, Carey. Carey had cried because she knew Paul would be upset when he couldn’t make a maple leaf that had fallen from a tree stick back to its branch.

Emily sits on the bench at The Emily Dickinson House and smokes her cigarette. She walks up to the house and identifies the window that was the poet's. She thinks about how Emily Dickinson was considered to be hopeless as she refused to profess her faith in Christ when she was sent to Mount Holyoke College at the age of 16. At the end of the year, she and twenty-eight other girls stayed true to their beliefs. Emily Bean feels that the challenge...

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