Calling Me Home - Chapters 15-18 Summary & Analysis

Julie Kibler
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In chapter 15, Nell suggests carrying a note from Isabelle to Robert. Isabelle thought carefully through the letter she wrote Robert, hoping it would suffice. Isabelle and Nell created a hand signal system that would let Nell know when Isabelle had a letter for her, and vice versa.

In Robert’s reply to her, he tells her only of his daily activities. It's not addressed personally to Isabelle, but it is dated and signed with Robert’s first and last name. Throughout the fall, Isabelle and Robert exchange letters through Nell. Isabelle’s letters are generally more personal than Robert’s, but over time Robert's become more personalized; Isabelle is overjoyed when Robert addresses Isabelle as ‘you’, which causes Isabelle to put even more feeling into her letters. On Robert’s long weekends home, the two meet at the arbor and share conversation, silly...

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