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Eden Close Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 Summary

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Chapter 4 Summary

Andrew wakes the next morning to a normal breakfast after a trip to the supermarket. Andrew spends the morning sorting his mother's belongings, including her bureau drawers. In her underwear drawer Andrew finds the mementos that seem to describe his mother's life, including letters from his father and pictures of Andrew as a child, as well as pictures of his own son, Billy. Andrew sorts through his mother's things and thinks of all the things he did not know about her and the questions he would like to ask her now.

A little before two, Andrew goes to his kitchen door and waits for Edith to leave. Andrew is anxious to see Eden, but even after Edith has left, he finds himself hesitating. Finally Andrew goes to her and finds her once more waiting in the kitchen. They talk, but the conversation is tense and almost angry...

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