The Mothers - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

Brit Bennett
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The Mothers talk about forgetting Nadia over the years as she spent more time away from home, yet seeing the trail of a boy whenever she came to Upper Room and knowing then that she had been unpregnant. After taking the LSAT, Nadia was accepted into the University of Chicago Law School but was caught off guard when Aubrey told her that Luke proposed to her. Shadi found it strange that she was upset, and she remembered her shock when Aubrey first told her she was seeing Luke. Nadia became irritated at Shadi's hints about a future together, including his desire to accompany her to the wedding. While arguing about her decision to not attend graduation, she remembered her mother's desire to go to college, holding onto a course catalog once. Aubrey thought about the comfort she found in Luke's bed in his apartment...

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