Breath, Eyes, Memory - Book 3, Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Chapter 27 Summary

That night, Sophie asks Atie if Brigitte can sleep in her room. Atie answers her with her back to the wall, as if she does not want Sophie to see her cry. She tells Sophie she was a fool to think Louise was her friend.

The next day, the van takes Sophie, her mother, and their bags to Port-au-Prince. They kiss Atie and Ifé goodbye. Atie tells Sophie to treat her mother well; she does not have her forever. Ifé makes a comment about all the faces she sees in Brigitte. The van pulls away slowly. Sophie describes the sights as they go, including the hill in the distance, the one Tante Atie used to call Guinea: the place where all the women in her family hoped to see one another again, in the afterlife.

Book 3, Chapter 27 Analysis

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