The Identicals - Pages 377-418 Summary & Analysis

Hilderbrand, Elin
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In “Tabitha,” Tabitha is on the verge of having sex with Reed when she realizes she is not only betraying Harper but is also betraying Franklin. She tells Reed she is not Harper.

In “Ainsley,” Ainsley dreads going to talk to her grandmother but is told by Harper that Eleanor wants to talk to her alone. When she gets there, Ainsley is surprised when Eleanor tells her they are going to have an intervention for Harper and Tabitha. Eleanor wants to address whatever happened fourteen years ago to divide the two. Eleanor admits she has let things go on too long without admitting that it is she whom Tabitha should be blaming for Julian’s death. She admits that she treated the people she loved horribly, especially her late ex-husband. Ainsley thinks she should say something but does not have time before the...

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