The Bookseller - Chapters 28 and 29 Summary & Analysis

Cynthia Swanson
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In Chapter 28, Kitty does wake in her duplex. Her mother is there. Frieda had called and asked her to check on Kitty because she had not shown up for work. As she talks to her mother, Kitty realizes that in her dream world, she and Michael must be held up by her parents, their champions. She has a memory of herself, the children and her mother in a library for story hour. When a woman complained that Michael was being distracting and should be made to leave, Kitty’s mother had spoken up, telling the woman that Michael had as much right to hear the story as any of the other children there.

After work that day, Kitty and Frieda go to a tavern. They are both surprised when the bartender announces their drinks are on the house. As they enjoy their drinks...

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