My Sister's Keeper - Anna Summary & Analysis

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Anna Summary

Anna remembers to herself throwing up after trying to give an oral report on kangaroos in school. She is nervous about testifying and looks at her parents. She is ready to give up when she sees how bad Campbell looks. Campbell tries to make her comfortable by making another joke about the psychiatrist's last name. Anna feels better, but the dog is behaving strangely. Campbell tries to control the dog at the judge's request. He asks Anna why she filed the petition. Anna says she asked. He asks her to explain. Anna says her mother asked her to donate a kidney.

Anna remembers to herself when Kate's kidneys started deteriorating a couple of months back. Kate became weak, and the causes could have been genetics or treatments. Dialysis was useless. One day, Sara and Brian entered their room. Sara said that according to...

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