Jane's Melody - Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

Ryan Winfield
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In Chapter 5, Jane goes to her Al-Anon meeting on Saturday morning. She goes late so as not to have to talk to Grace before the meeting. She is not sure how Grace will react to her arrangement with Caleb. One of the women is talking about her husband and his drinking. When it is Jane’s turn to speak, she thanks everyone for their condolences and help in dealing with the death of her daughter. She is obsessed with how Melody died. The state certificate listed her death as by misadventure. Jane believes it to be a suicide. She believes she has been killing herself since she was fifteen and began drinking and doing drugs.

Jane says that she is obsessing with another project. She has taken in her daughter’s boyfriend who is a musician down on his luck. She is having...

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