Calling Me Home - Chapters 31-34 Summary & Analysis

Julie Kibler
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In chapter 31, Isabelle tells Dorrie how her body went back to normal in almost no time, since she was so young. Isabelle’s mother told her she could come and go as she pleased, as long as she didn’t claim to anyone that she had been in Shalerville during the time Marg had told everyone she was gone.

Isabelle went to Cincinnati to visit the rooming house where she and Robert stayed; the boarder said that Robert took everything that day and hadn’t been back since. Isabelle visits Sarah Day, too. She tries to go by Nell and Robert’s house, but doesn’t have the courage. She resigns herself to being alone.

Isabelle applies for a job assembling picture slides with a photographer named Mr. Bartel. She gets the job, finds a place to live nearby, and asks her father...

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