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I Know This Much Is True Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 9-12 Summary

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Chapters 9-12 Summary

In Chapter 9 Dominick visits Sheffer's office, sizes her up as a "goofball," and learns that he cannot get his brother out in under 15 days. Sheffer explains the political climate and endorses Thomas' new doctors, Chase and Patel. She explains the institution and how Thomas, as a danger to himself, needs treatment. If his doctors do not recommend release, the State could hold him here for a year. It takes two weeks to get clearance to visit patients; Dominick should sleep and document his bruises.

Chapter 10 follows the twin's sixth-grade class trip to New York in 1962 to Radio City and the Statue of Liberty. It is nearly wrecked when Thomas locks himself in the restroom and panics. Back home, he rates the trip good, while Dominick is nearly in tears and dreams of being trapped like a squirrel inside the Statute of Liberty.

Chapter 11 takes Dominick...

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