Breath, Eyes, Memory - Book 3, Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 25 Summary

Sophie's mother and Ifé decide to see the notary the next day to make the land papers show all the people it belongs to. That night, Atie does not go to Louise's house. Instead, she sits on the porch with Sophie's mother. They look at the sky and talk about their relationship with their parents—Atie was their father's favorite. They also talk about the stories their parents used to tell them about the stars. Their father's stories described the stars as brave men who, when they fell, would fall in love with his daughters. In contrast, their mother's stories told of women who fell in love with the stars, and—after going up into the sky to meet them—found the men they had fallen in love with were monsters.

Book 3, Chapter 25 Analysis

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