Binocular Vision: New & Selected Stories - “Home Schooling” Summary & Analysis

Edith Pearlman
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Summary

On the ride to her family’s new home in Boston, Harry was plagued by car sickness. She, her fraternal twin sister Willie, and her Aunt Kate went to Boston to join her parents. Her father was undergoing treatments for cancer there because the doctors in Boston were more experienced with her father’s disease. They spent their time in Boston visiting with their father in the hospital, at their mother’s workplace, or at their Aunt Kate’s workplace. Their mother had a Teletype machine she could use to work from home, but she still went to the office twice weekly. One day an elderly secretary stopped the two girls and asked them what grade they were in at school. Even though they were the same age, both girls gave different answers.

In March, the girls went to visit their father at...

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