The Memory Keeper's Daughter - Pages 189 - 237 Summary & Analysis

Kim Edwards
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Pages 189 - 237 Summary

Paul is giving a guitar performance at school. Norah and David are arguing, and a woman in the audience asks them to be quiet so she can hear her son play the piano. It turns out that both David and Paul had seen Norah's clothes in the sand in Aruba, but neither had mentioned it. David is overcome with emotion listening to his son's incredible performance and remembering the difficult past and all of its challenges and losses. Paul is now withdrawn from both his parents and shows his anger toward them. They go home and Paul goes to his room and sneaks out his bedroom window. They are upset and David blames himself for everything. He finds Paul walking, and in the car, Paul lets David know that he knows about Norah's affair with Howard.

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