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The Door - Christ’s Brothers and Sisters - Viola Summary & Analysis

Magda Szabo
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In the chapter “Christ’s Brothers and Sisters,” the narrator writes that Emerence did not seem to care much for her or her husband until the narrator’s husband was near death because he was so sick. When the narrator returned home after her husband’s surgery, Emerence was waiting for her. She was angry because the narrator had not told her about the surgery. She felt she had been left out of an important part of the narrator’s life. Emerence was so furious when the narrator told Emerence she thought Emerence would not care about her husband’s sickness that she left. She returned a short while later with a royal blue goblet from which she forced the narrator to drink. When she finally got the liquid inside herself, the narrator said her trembling stopped. Emerence...

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