Orphan Train - Pages 213-278 Summary & Analysis

Christina Baker Kline
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After being thrown out of Dina and Ralph's, Molly trudges with two heavy duffel bags to Vivian's home, remembering to not arrive unexpectedly and calling first. When she arrives, she bursts into tears and Vivian orders her to come in. As Vivian makes tea, Molly tells her the entire story – about her mom and dad, about Dina and Ralph, and about her other foster homes. Molly also confesses that she came to Vivian under false pretenses, revealing that she first came to serve her community service. Vivian dismisses Molly's feelings of guilt, saying everything is okay. Molly further confesses what she found out about Maisie, Vivian's long-lost sister, including how she had not died in the fire. When Molly shows a picture of elderly Maisie on her computer to her, Vivian is greatly touched.

In 1939, Vivian goes with two city girls from night...

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