The Bear Came Over the Mountain - Pages 529 – 543 Summary & Analysis

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Grant speaks to Kristy, who gives him reassurances. She says that residents sometimes form temporary attachments, such as between Fiona and Aubrey. Kristy also says that Fiona may possibly regain her memory of Grant at some point. However, Grant visits often, but Fiona does not seem to regain her memory of him. Fiona and Aubrey remain close. Aubrey had been a representative of a company that sold weed killer. His wife usually took care of him, but she had put him in Meadowlake as a temporary resident so she could take a vacation. Grant begins to worry about the possibility of a sexual and/or romantic relationship developing between Fiona and Aubrey. Grant continues to visit regularly, and Aubrey and Fiona continue to spend most of their time together, even when Grant is there. Grant finds himself unable to directly speak to Fiona about...

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