My Sister's Keeper - Anna Summary & Analysis

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Anna Summary

Anna imagines her funeral. She thinks the funeral would not be much with not much more than her family attending. She thinks her obituary will be relegated to the inside of the paper. Then she thinks Kate's funeral will be big with everybody who was involved in her cancer fight in attendance. She will have lots of flowers and a front-page obituary.

Going to talk with the Judge, Anna notices he wears flip-flops, which makes her feel better. The judge explains that there seems to be a conflict between what Sara and Campbell are saying. Anna asks whether there will be a trial. The judge says not if her parents agree to the emancipation, which Anna thinks is not likely. He then says that after a petition has been filed like in her case, the respondents or her parents will have to go...

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