My Sister's Keeper - Campbell Summary & Analysis

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Campbell Summary

Campbell thinks to himself that Julia is going to favor his case. He knows Julia is struggling with her decisions. The dog is tugging at his coat, but Campbell ignores him. Julia says she cannot make a final decision. She says the parents are not to blame. She points out Anna's independence. She says it is a Solomon's choice where she has to divide a family, not a baby. Anna nudges Campbell and says she will testify. Campbell ignores the dog while Anna says she wants to speak.

Campbell Analysis

Campbell admits to feeling conflicted. His dog's actions are foreshadowing Campbell's mystery. Julia cannot make up her mind, so Anna steps up to speak.

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