The Girl Who Fell From the Sky - Part II, pgs. 211-234 Summary & Analysis

Heidi W. Durrow
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The first chapter in this section is narrated from Brick’s point of view. He noticed whenever he asked Rachel about Chicago she would shut off so he knew he needed to careful about the way he approached telling Rachel the story. He thought he might be able to tell her on the day that Drew sent him to take a box of papers to Rachel’s grandmother. He saw a picture of her father and mentioned he could see the resemblance. She replied that she really did not know her father that well. Brick recognized Rachel’s sadness when he asked about a picture of Aunt Loretta. Brick decided to slow down because he felt his questioning might be upsetting Rachel by introducing too much of the sadness of the past at one time.

They went to the backyard when...

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