The House We Grew Up In - Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4 is the first of two chapters that do not begin with an email. It begins in April, 2011, with Meg and Molly going into Rhys’ room, which is exactly the way it was the day that Rhys committed suicide. Molly asks questions about the suicide, such as where he got the rope and how he got it up there. She’s struck that she is the same age he was when he died. Meg considers whether or not things would have turned out differently if Rhys had an older sister like Molly.

The chapter shifts to March, 1997. Beth is visiting Meg, who is past her due date with her second child. Beth notices the way Bill looks at her, and she has developed a crush on him. Meg goes into labor the next morning. Beth looks around Meg’s house and studies how...

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