Breath, Eyes, Memory - Book 3, Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 20 Summary

That night, Louise comes to supper, bringing a pig as a gift. Over dinner, Atie announces that a cassette arrived for the family at the post. It is from Sophie's mother. Martine talks about the money she sent last month, then mentions that Joseph called her worried about Sophie because he thought Sophie might have come to spend time with her. Atie asks Sophie if it is not about time for she and her mother to reconcile.

Book 3, Chapter 20 Analysis

Finally, Sophie's past has caught up with her. Martine's cassette is a device used to push the plot forward. People in Sophie's life have begun wondering where she and Brigitte are. In addition, a push for Sophie and Martine to reconcile has begun.

It is odd that Louise—a woman who until recently was so obsessed with selling her pigs—has...

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