Heather, the Totality Quotes

Matthew Weiner
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When Heather was four and finally entered the most caring and progressive nursery school, though not necessarily the most prestigious, it was Karen who spent the day crying.
-- Narration (One)

Importance: Karen responds badly to Heather beginning school. The quote reveals the benefits of Heather’s wealthy background that allow her to have a privileged upbringing in which her school is carefully chosen and paid for in order to ensure her wellbeing. Karen’s over-investment in her daughter is shown through the difficulty she feels being separated from her.

It was a relief to both Bobby and his Mother when he started school.
-- Narration (One)

Importance: Bobby begins school. The quote is a contrast with Heather’s first day of school during which her mother cried out of sorrow over being separated from her child. In contrast, Bobby’s mother is relieved that she no longer has to take care of Bobby during the day. These...

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