The Memory Keeper's Daughter - Pages 124 - 139 Summary & Analysis

Kim Edwards
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Pages 124 - 139 Summary

A nervous Norah has put Paul in school, where he is thriving and already singing solos. Norah runs into Kay Marshall, the perfect mother, whose daughter was born around the same time as Paul and Phoebe. Kay now has another little girl; she mentions the unrest at the local university and the incident where four students were shot at Kent State in Ohio, and says she wants Paul to sing a duet with her daughter at a fund-raiser. Norah has become overly-busy filling up her time, calming herself with afternoon gin or vodka, taking long, solitary drives to other towns, to escape and drink. She is heading home to take down a wasps' nest above her garage to prepare for a party she has planned when she comes to the congested area of the university where demonstrations are taking place. She...

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