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My Sister's Keeper Chapter Summary & Analysis - Prologue and Monday Summary

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Prologue and Monday Summary and Analysis

The prologue begins with a quote about planning a war by Carl von Clausewitz, Vom Kriege. Anna remembers trying to smother her sister with a pillow at age 3. Their father stops her. She remembers thinking up ways her sister could die. Anna says her sister ultimately killed herself, or that is what Anna wants to think.

"Monday" begins with a Carl Sandburg poem called "Kin." The speaker tells his brother he is fire, who will alter him.

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