Breath, Eyes, Memory - Book 3, Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 13 Summary

The third book opens with an older Sophie in Haiti with her daughter Brigitte, on her way to La Nouvelle Dame Marie. The driver in the van is flirting with her, calling her beautiful. After she gets out of the van, she runs into a woman she used to know named Louise, who is selling cola on the side of the road. Some Macoutes climb into the van to have their lunch. Louise tries to sell Sophie a pig, but Sophie declines, and then asks Louise if she has seen her aunt Atie. Louise says no, but recognizes her as Sophie, and they make small talk, Louise telling Sophie her aunt has learned to read and write. As they talk, the Macoutes in the van begin arguing and throwing food. Sophie tells Louise she is a secretary back home, but has...

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