My Sister's Keeper - Anna Summary & Analysis

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Anna Summary

Anna shares how out of place she feels in her family. She describes the process of Kate's dialysis. Kate, Anna, and Sara discuss kidney transplants while Kate goes through dialysis. An old family friend, a sheriff, Vern Stackhouse, arrives to serve papers. The papers are to inform Anna's parents about her wish for medical emancipation. It lists that Anna is in control of her medical future and that she not be made to give a kidney to her sister. Bewildered, her mother wonders what's going on. Kate has sudden pains, and while Sara tends to her, Anna leaves. She passes by the nursery and wonders if her parents value her or her genetic material. She has her brother pick her up, and since he's always been a troublemaker himself, he welcomes her to the dark side.

Anna is confronted at home by her...

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