Breath, Eyes, Memory - Book 3, Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 14 Summary

On the walk home, Atie and Sophie talk about Brigitte and how strong she is. Sophie asks Atie if what Louise said was true, if she has really learned to read and write. Atie says sometimes she writes poems. Atie asks if Sophie's mother has met Brigitte. Sophie says no; they do not talk.

At her grandmother's house, Sophie drops her suitcase on the porch. Her grandmother is teary-eyed. Sophie says she named the girl Brigitte Ifé after her. Grandme Ifé looks closely at her, and she says it is a miracle visits her relatives by looking into this face.

Book 3, Chapter 14 Analysis

This chapter is thick with the theme of mother- and daughterhood, in the discussion about Sophie and her mother's falling out, Atie's talk about Louise's mother's death, and in the implication by both Atie and Grandme Ifé that...

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