Flock: The Autobiography of a Multiple Personality - Book IV Summary & Analysis

Joan Frances Casey
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In chapter twenty-seven, Steve drove the Flock to Cambridge for her to start school at Harvard. Though they were still living together, their relationship had changed and they were more like father-daughter. Renee and other members of the Flock were upset at leaving Lynn and Gordon, but she knew that Steve couldn't and wouldn't understand that even if she tried to tell him. Renee hoped, on one level, that the others of the group who had demanding time and attention from Lynn and Gordon would be less interested in time at the forefront once they were away from Lynn and Gordon. But she also feared this because she wasn't the "intellectual" of the group and felt she needed help to pass the classes.

Renee had two days alone in her suite of dorm rooms before her roommate, Bethany, arrived. Joan Frances immediately came...

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