The Bear Came Over the Mountain - Pages 544 – 559 Summary & Analysis

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Fiona becomes depressed in the wake of Aubrey’s departure. She cries often, does not wish to do anything, and does not eat food except for a supplementary drink that the staff forces her to consume. She becomes less active, and Kristy tells Grant that her muscles have started to deteriorate due to her increased sedentariness. Grant continues to visit, and Fiona appears to develop a resentment for him. However, she allows Grant to read to her, which helps distract her a little bit. Fiona’s health continues to decline, and Grant is informed by the staff that if she becomes too weak to move on her own, she will have to be moved to the second floor. Grant decides to visit Aubrey’s wife to discuss the situation. Aubrey’s wife is aware of the relationship between Aubrey and Fiona, and Aubrey’s...

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