Moons of Jupiter (short story) - Pages 228 – 233 Summary & Analysis

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Janet’s father suddenly says that he always tried to stay out of his children’s business. He then says, “I never said anything when you left Richard” (228). Richard is Janet’s ex-husband. Janet is suddenly shocked, as she takes this comment to mean that her father apparently disapproved, and still disapproves, of her divorce. Janet is suddenly angry, so she looks out the window and takes a moment to calm herself. She then remembers a time when her father implied to Janet that he thought Richard was unintelligent. Janet turns to her father to remind him of this, but when she sees his heart monitor, she is reminded of his condition and decides not to argue with her father. The next day, her father is having tests performed in the hospital, so she spends her time in a dress shop downtown. She always...

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