On Such a Full Sea - Chapters 23-26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23 reveals that the narrator will refer to all “sister” or “brother”, an interconnectedness because of the familial relationship between Fan and Oliver. There is a rally in B-Mor protesting the qualifying score for testing out of B-Mor being raised. A resident who considered his healthcare in B-Mor to be poor took photos of the staff who treated him and broadcast their names and addresses. More tags pop up that read: FREE ME, REG. I MISS REG. Workers strike.

Oliver talks with Fan. She notes that he doesn’t look like their parents, but that she also couldn’t remember what they looked like enough to be sure. Oliver senses her skepticism. He asks her questions about B-Mor to convince her. He tells her that he told Vik to leave her with him. Oliver reveals that he knows about Vik’s relationship with...

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