Firebird - Part 1, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Doty, Mark
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Trombones – The author writes how he and his family had to move yet again, much to his mother’s increasing anger and frustration. This time they went to Florida, with the author having been promised that he could take dance classes as compensation for having had to leave. While there, he writes, his mother became increasingly unhappy: he makes reference to her having had a miscarriage between the times she gave birth to Sally and to him, something that he thinks she never got over. He also refers to how, on a visit to their relatives, Sally learned that their mother’s family had always thought she had never been quite right. The author also comments on his belief that no matter how many times she moved, his mother could not get over the trauma of her poverty and abuse-filled childhood, not to...

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