My Sister's Keeper - Anna Summary & Analysis

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Anna Summary

Anna tries to imagine what it would be like to live without Kate. It is a tough time, and when Anna feels better, she tries to imagine herself doing adventurous things. Anna, however, cannot imagine those things. Her life without Kate looms ominously. Anna and her parents are in the hospital cafeteria. Sara tells Anna that she and her father will pay more attention to her, and that a judge should not be involved. Anna asks whether it is acceptable to stop. Sara says yes. Anna volunteers to tell Kate. Sara says that once the judge knows, they can just forget everything. Anna has a strange feeling and asks whether Kate will want to know why Anna cannot be her donor. Sara says that when she said, "Stop," she meant stop the lawsuit. Anna shakes her head furiously. Her mother wants to know...

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