The History of Love - My Life Underwater Summary & Analysis

Nicole Krauss
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My Life Underwater Summary

After Uncle Julian leaves, Charlotte becomes more withdrawn. Bird continues to work on his pile of junk at the vacant lot and has hung a tarp over the cabin. For her birthday, Bird wakes her by singing "For She's a Jolly Good Fellow." He gives her an orange life jacket as a present, which makes Alma worry about his religious fervor. Alma goes to the library and selects Isaac Moritz's novel The Remedy. She opens to the first chapter: "Jacob Marcus stood waiting for his mother at the corner of Broadway and Graham." She realizes the man sending letters to Charlotte was Isaac Moritz. Alma checks out the book. She calls Misha using their coded rings. She has made a list of the things she misses about him, but right now needs to talk to him. He does not...

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