Anything Is Possible - Cracked Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth Strout
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The chapter entitled "Cracked," like the other chapters in the novel, can be seen as a short story as well as part of the novel's larger whole. The chapter is near rated in the third person past tense. Chapter begins when Linda Peterson-Cornell, the older sister of Patty Nicely in an earlier chapter, was showing a new houseguest around her home. She was involved in a photography festival in her Chicago suburb that happens every year, and the woman, a photographer from Arizona named Yvonne Tuttle, was to stay with Linda and her husband as Yvonne teaches art classes over the summer for the festival. Yvonne had been brought to the house by another woman from the festival, Karen-Lucie Toth. All of the women are in their 40s and 50s, but as Linda examined Yvonne, she noticed her shoes and makeup gave her away...

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