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My Sister's Keeper Chapter Summary & Analysis - Anna Summary

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Anna Summary

Anna says children are more open-minded. Growing up means the mind closes more. Campbell treats Anna to a soda at court recess. He asks her for her assessment so far. She thinks she feels invisible with everyone else talking about her in front of her. Anna says it is different from what she thought. Asked to explain, Anna says she thought she would feel more confident. Campbell's questioning her mother makes her realize how complicated it all is. She thinks to herself that it could have been she who was sick and Kate was the donor. A procedure might work for Kate, and she would not have to donate anymore. She wonders to herself whether she would feel good or bad about what she did. She wonders what would happen if the judge agreed or disagreed with her. Anna knows she is maturing because she has doubts...

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