My Sister's Keeper - Campbell Summary & Analysis

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Campbell Summary

Campbell notes that it is rainy. He is in his apartment trying to get ready for his closing argument in court. Julia comes in, and they talk. He reflects that he dreads the judge's verdict. He hopes he did well by Anna and knew it was a bad situation, no matter the verdict. Julia tells Campbell she hates his apartment, which is modern but sterile. He says he does too.

Campbell Analysis

Campbell is the first character who notes the rain. The rain is important in a future event, and the rain could symbolize dowsing the fire that has been burning so far in the book. Campbell thinks about Anna's maturation process since they met. Campbell and Julia are in agreement about a part of their new life together.

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