My Sister's Keeper - Sara Summary & Analysis

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Sara Summary

Anna's organs have been removed. Jesse, Suzanne, Campbell, and Julia are there.

Sara and Brian go into the room to see her. She reflects that they have to turn off her breathing machine. She takes Anna's hand, which is warm and soft. Sara knows she has prepared to lose a child, but she can not go through with this. Brian explains that Anna is not herself; the machine is keeping her alive. Sara cries and says it is not Anna's time. Sara and Brian hug, and she looks at her daughter. She has to admit her husband is right. It is not Anna. Sara agrees to turn the machine off. Brian does it while Sara massages her. The monitors flatline, and Sara feels the heart stop.

Sara Analysis

Sara explores language in relation to Anna's death. She has analyzed words throughout the book...

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