Cradle and All - Book One: Chapters 11- 20 Summary & Analysis

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Book One: Chapters 11- 20 Summary

Kathleen introduces herself to Anne and Anne is transfixed by Kathleen's face. Kathleen does not appear to be a troubled teenager who would be involved with the wrong crowd or be likely to find herself with an unintended pregnancy. Kathleen is willing to speak with Anne and answer the majority of Anne's questions. Anne has candid discussions with Kathleen about the suicide attempt and the origin of her pregnancy. Anne is compelled to believe Kathleen's story, but as an investigator, she is troubled by Kathleen's inability to talk about a date she had with a boy eight months previously.

Halfway around the world, a second girl finds herself in a similar predicament. In Maam Cross, Ireland, Colleen Gallaher is also pregnant and claims to be a virgin. While Anne remains with Kathleen and her family, Father Rosetti...

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