In the Unlikely Event - Thirty-five Years Later, February 10, 1987 – Part 1, December 1951, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Thirty-five Years Later, February 10, 1987 – An unidentified woman is at the airport in Newark. She feels conflicted about leaving or staying. She gets on the plane, and pulls out a leather-covered journal which was a gift from Christina. There is one entry in the journal, which speaks of the past staying with one, life moving on, and how she and others will always be connected by “that winter”. The woman will be required to share some thoughts with unidentified others the following day.

Part I, Chapter 1 – It is December, 1951 in Elizabeth, New Jersey. Miri Ammerman and her best friend, Natalie Osner, await the first-ever televised tree-lighting in Rockefeller Center. Miri and her second best friend, Suzanna Dietz, go to Nia’s Lingerie on Broad Street so Miri can buy her mother Naomi, known as Rusty, a half-slip. Nia’s...

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