The Girl Who Fell From the Sky - Part II, pgs. 177-192 Summary & Analysis

Heidi W. Durrow
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Summary

In the opening of Part II, Rachel has put a birdfeeder in the backyard even though her grandmother does not like it. She sees how her grandmother spends more time drinking than anything else. She comes to believe that traits in one member of her family, like alcoholism, will eventually show up in another. She notices the difference between her father’s alcohol use and her grandmother’s.

One day, Rachel’s grandmother calls her into her bedroom. She wants Rachel to help her look through her coin collection and see if there is anything of worth. One of the coins in the bag is a nickel from the year that Rachel’s father was born. They see it is worth five hundred dollars. As they sort the coins, Grandma tells Rachel that Drew has gotten her a summer job at...

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