My Sister's Keeper - Campbell Summary & Analysis

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Campbell is at home and wonders about loyalty to parents as he talks to his mother on the phone about his philandering father. He thinks about Judge, his service dog, but is evasive about his purpose. Campbell goes into the office and gives his secretary directions about cases. He finds Anna polishing his doorknob. He gets a phone call from Sara. Sara says that Anna has decided to withdraw the lawsuit. Campbell says he will need to hear that from Anna herself. Sara does not realize Anna is there and thinks she is jogging. Campbell gets off the phone He presses Anna about what she wants to do. When she finds out he will still be her lawyer, she says she has not changed her mind.

He has a memory of disappointing his father while boating. Campbell says the judge on the case...

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