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Eden Close Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 5 Summary

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Chapter 5 Summary

Eden and Andrew have been going to the pond every day for six days. Andrew brings Eden gifts almost every day, but most of them she refuses to keep out of fear Edith will find them and put an end to their visits. At a local library, Andrew has borrowed books in Braille for Eden to read, allowing her to spend the afternoons reading them and then taking them back to his house. Andrew also brings her picnic lunches, sharing them with her under the shade of the tree. One afternoon, Andrew falls asleep while Eden is swimming. Andrew panics, convinced she has drowned, and this overreaction causes Eden to insist she can care for herself. That is the same afternoon Andrew gives Eden a small tape recorder on which she can listen to books on tape. Andrew insists she keep this gift, telling her there is...

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