Far From the Tree - Pages 180 - 205 Summary & Analysis

Robin Benway
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Staying home with her parents is driving Grace "insane" (181). She often wonders whether Peach is living in the wrong home, and feels responsible for her happiness. She feels as if she has been "trapped in the amber of her pregnancy, of Peach, while the rest of the world continued to change around her" (182). Grace is comforted by her new friend Rafe, whom she meets at the mall. Rafe thinks that Maya's current circumstances worry Grace that Peach's parents are also going to split up (187). Grace begins to cry when Rafe says Peach's name. Grace cries again, lamenting the loss of her friends and high school life. She tells Rafe about Max, Peach's father, and the homecoming king. Rafe comforts Grace and reminds her that Grace picked a good set of parents (190). Despite their frequent visits, Grace and Rafe agree to engage in "platonic...

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