The Memory Keeper's Daughter - Pages 106 - 123 Summary & Analysis

Kim Edwards
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Pages 106 - 123 Summary

Norah and David are at the river, he looking for fossils and she running toward the water. David stops to check on a woman whose heart may be in trouble, having educated himself on heart problems because of his sister. David has received Caroline's letter. Norah is feeling better; the photos she took of the old house have been destroyed. But David is suffering from guilt, his sister's face at times replacing Phoebe's in his mind. David is photographing Norah, her adventurous spirit making him nervous. David reminisces about his parents, wishing they were alive to meet Paul, and remembering how they never felt comfortable in a city. He sadly remembers his sister with love, and questions again, whether he should have given his daughter away. Norah wants to know what is wrong between them. David asks what she wants; she...

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