Breath, Eyes, Memory - Book 2, Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2, Chapter 10 Summary

The next night, Sophie's mother asks her to go out, saying it has been a long time since they have done something, just the two of them. While crossing the Brooklyn Bridge on the D train, Sophie asks her mother if it is all right for her to like someone, now that she is eighteen. Her mother immediately jumps on the question, asking her whom she likes. Sophie, not wanting to tell her mother she likes the thirty-three-year-old man next door, makes up a name: Henry. Her mother wants to know Henry's last name. Sophie thinks quickly: Napoleon. Unfortunately, her mother actually knows a Henry Napoleon. She asks to meet him. Sophie says he went back to Haiti after graduation. Her mother asks to meet the parents. Sophie says they are in Haiti, too. If they ever come back, her mother...

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