She's Come Undone - Chapters 25 and 26 Summary & Analysis

Wally Lamb
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Chapters 25 and 26 Summary

Dante drives from his parents' home to pick up Dolores, then drives her to her grandmother's house in Rhode Island. The visit the same undertaker who had made arrangements for Bernice's funeral. Dante makes the decisions and Dolores signs the forms. They return to Grandma's where Dolores discovers that almost all the furniture is gone. Dante continues to tell Dolores that he's sorry for having had sex with Sheila, that he loves Dolores, and that he wants them to reunite. Dolores points out that Dante had been dishonest—telling her that he hadn't done what he was accused of. When Dolores finds her letters to her grandmother, she looks back at her fairy tale accounts of her life with Dante, sees that dishonesty, and thinks that she probably earned Dante's dishonesty.

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