Identical - Kaeleigh (p. 333), Raeanne (p. 349) Summary & Analysis

Ellen Hopkins
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Kaeleigh (p. 333), Raeanne (p. 349) Summary

In Kaeleigh (p. 333), when Kaeleigh gets home from school, she finds Daddy and Hannah in the kitchen discussing party plans, sitting much too close together. The plus side is, Daddy is too distracted to pay attention to Kaeleigh. Kaeleigh steps down the hallway in stocking feet, conjuring up a memory of her and her twin playing at ice-skating when they were little. Kaeleigh is surprised, because she rarely thinks of such memories. They are too painful. Kaeleigh can't binge in the kitchen, because Daddy and Hannah are there, so Kaeleigh goes to her room and picks a few scabs until they bleed. She answers the phone but hears only rustling. As she gets ready to leave for work, Kaeleigh reflects that she hasn't seen Daddy look so human in a long time, with no slurred speech or...

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