The Bookseller - Chapters 25, 26 and 27 Summary & Analysis

Cynthia Swanson
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In Chapter 25 Kitty, as Katharyn, next remembers singing her children to sleep. She is in the boys’ room. Mitch’s side is decorated, with his bed piled with stuffed animals. Michael’s side has no decorations. After she finishes the nighttime routine she meets Lars downstairs for a nightcap. He mentions how tired she looks and tells her that her exhaustion is understandable. He explains that he felt the same way even though his were not together. Katharyn does not understand what he means. She encourages him to talk and he begins telling her the story of his mother’s death. After she died, his father decided he could not live without her. He shot himself. Linnea found him. As Lars tells the story Katharyn encourages him, filling in the details of how he and Linnea became successful despite the loss of their...

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