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The Robber Bride, Chapters 39-49 Summary

Chapter 39: Roz paces her office, smoking, eating and waiting for her private detective to call. She stares in the mirror. Her mirror image tells her she's a terrific person who should have no trouble finding another man. Roz responds that she doesn't want another man; she wants Mitch. At home, she wanders down to the cellar where she stores Mitch's things. She finds the books her children have outgrown. Roz recalls a time when the twins were younger and they'd wanted every character in the stories to be female. "The first little pig built his house of straw. Her house, her house, shout the small voices in her head. The Big Bad Wolf fell down the chimney, right into the cauldron of boiling water, and got his fur all burned off. Her fur! It's odd...

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