The Memory Keeper's Daughter - Pages 90 - 105 Summary & Analysis

Kim Edwards
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Pages 90 - 105 Summary

Phoebe is ill with croup. Caroline now lives with a woman named Doro, who has a Ph.D. in physics. Caroline works as an companion to Doro's failing elderly father, Leo, whose mind is not altogether sound. Doro tries to tell Caroline how different he was when he was younger. Caroline tells Doro that Phoebe has Down's syndrome, and Doro wonders what will become of her. Doro's fiance was killed, and Doro never married or had children. This is her childhood home, where a freeway has been built nearby where her father once picked flowers for her mother.

Caroline writes David Henry a letter to tell him she and Phoebe are fine and that Phoebe shows no signs of heart trouble, but she is afraid to send it for fear of losing Phoebe. At eleven months, Phoebe still cannot feed herself...

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