The Memory Keeper's Daughter - Pages 21 - 35 Summary & Analysis

Kim Edwards
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Pages 21 - 35 Summary

Caroline Gill braves the terrible weather, taking tiny Phoebe wrapped up in a box to head out to the home. The driving is treacherous and she reviews the night's events as she drives. Caroline recalls being raised by older parents who over-protected her, forcing a life of calm quietude upon her childhood. Having lived her adult life in solitude, she is capable and has faith in herself. She had dreamed of having her own clinic in China or Burma, a result of reading Pearl Buck books, but let the dreams go when Dr. Henry arrived. She felt Dr. Henry was involved in her destiny. She observed him sleeping at his desk and when he awoke, the two made an emotional connection, but Dr. Henry married Norah Asher.

Arriving at the institution, she notes that it is in a state of tattered...

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