Crossing to Safety - Part 2, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 3 Summary

Back to 1972, Sally and Larry walk up to the Big House. They still haven't seen Sid and Charity but talk with Moe and Hallie on the porch. Hallie is a securities analyst, married to a man named Jim. The reader gets a feel for how close the two families have been over the years, almost like one family. Hallie looks up to Lang as a big sister. Moe relates to Sally, as he didn't have much of a family growing up, and then he married into the extensive Ellis clan.

Sally and Larry tell stories about how Charity cared for them when Sally was stricken with polio. She paid the bills and made arrangements with the doctors. She wrote lengthy letters to Sally in the hospital so she would know about Lang's development and know what was going on at home...

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