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Olive Kitteridge - Study Guide Tulips Summary & Analysis

Elizabeth Strout
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Mary Blackwell, a medical professional, could have lost her job for gossiping about patients, such as Louise Larkin. The Larkin family seems to be the "black sheep" of Crosby, Maine because of a scandal that occurred. This scandal causes Louise Larkin to stay locked up in her home and nobody ever really sees the Larkins comes or go.

One night, Henry is driving to the pharmacy because the alarm is going off. This is one of the rare occasions Henry sees the Larkins as they pulling out of their driveway in the middle of night. Henry assumes they are going to visit their son.

Olive feels very lonely. She thinks constantly about how much she detests her bossy and outspoken daughter-in-law. Four months after the wedding, Christopher and Suzanne move to California. Olive and Henry start their retirement during this time, so they are finding ways to...

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