Idaho: A Novel - 1995 Summary & Analysis

Emily Ruskovich
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Summary

Jenny is at home with her husband and two daughters. June is now nine and May is six. May is very upset because her older sister has declared that playing dolls was only a phase and that she is finished with that period of her life. Dolls used to be the girls’ favorite activity together, and, without June, May is left to play all alone. June locks herself in her room most days while May begins acting out in anger against the loss of her childhood friend. Jenny goes to talk to June and see if she feels all right, but she sees June playing dolls alone in her room. Jenny notices that June is staring at the dollhouse in her bedroom but is not moving the dolls. She concludes that June is playing dolls only in her mind, using on her imagination to move...

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