The Girl Who Fell From the Sky - Part II, pgs. 251-266 Summary & Analysis

Heidi W. Durrow
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Summary

Rachel narrates in this section, describing how she takes $1,500 from her grandmother’s coin money. She is ready to leave. In the drawer where the money is hidden, Rachel sees a stack of letters. They are all from her father to her Grandma. She reads the top letter. In this letter, Roger asks his mother not to mention it to Rachel if she sees him at Loretta’s graveside service. He also requests that Grandma give Rachel the book that Nella gave him the year Rachel was born. In the closing of the letter he claims that he is best being away. Rachel does not want to read any of the other letters. Outside she drags Brick behind her in her hurry to get away from the house.

The next section is narrated from Brick’s point of view. Although Rachel...

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