Red Clocks - Section 4 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 101 - 141 -- The narratives picks up from the perspective of the daughter, who takes a pregnancy test which reveals that she is, indeed, pregnant. She does not break down, but resolves to see the mender for an abortion. She reflects that her friend Yasmine could have gone to Canada, or given it up for adoption. The daughter imagines what her birth mother might be like, and how it would feel to meet her. At dinner that night, the daughter's mother tells her that Susan Korsmo had heard her vomiting while she was at their house babysitting. The daughter tells her she had had food poisoning. She realizes that she never imagines what her birth father is like, and also that she could not tell her adopted parents about her pregnancy. The narrative moves to the wife, who is trying to have a private...

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