Calling Me Home - Chapters 38-43 Summary & Analysis

Julie Kibler
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In chapter 38, Dorrie learns that Robert never made it back from war. She reads a letter Robert had left for Isabelle with Nell, in the event that he died overseas. The letter spoke of his love for Isabelle, as well as the love Nell and Cora still have for Isabelle. He tells her that they will welcome Isabelle should she ever need a home.

Dorrie is affected by Robert’s death, feeling a sense of wanting to get home to her family as soon as she could. Robert and Isabelle’s hurts also made hers and Stevie Junior’s pale in comparison.

Isabelle tells Dorrie that the child she birthed was clearly Max’s. Isabelle had become depressed after Robert had left, though Max assumed it was because she wasn’t ready for a baby. Max held Isabelle up when she felt like...

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