Good in Bed - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Weiner
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Chapter 2 Summary

Cannie is in bed when her mother calls and insists on meeting Cannie for a cooking demonstration in a shop. Cannie goes to pick her mother up and describes the neighborhood she where she grew up. Cannie divides the houses there into two types: those where the family is still intact and those that house single parent families. The difference is that single family houses are in less pristine condition, with the lawn not mowed, the exterior not repainted as often, and the cars in the driveway not as new. On Saturdays, the single family homes have cars lined up and down the street with fathers coming to collect kids for weekend visits.

Cannie remembers what it was like for her growing up on that street, when her father used to show up for visits, long before he disappeared from their lives for...

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