Elsewhere (Russo) - “A Diagnosis” Summary & Analysis

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When the father of Russo’s new wife discovered they were considering letting Russo’s mother move in with them he warned them not to do so. He had noticed how dependent Jean was on her son and believed that if she moved in they would never get her to move out. She was living in her parents’ apartment in Gloversville again after she was divorced from Russ, a man she had met in Phoenix and remained married to for a couple of years. Russo felt his mother had married the man because she did not want to return to Gloversville. When the relationship fell apart, his mother had no choice but to return.

Instead of admitting defeat, Jean told everyone she was returning to help her parents because she knew they needed her. The situation worked out well until Jean’s father...

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