The Mothers - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

Brit Bennett
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The Mothers talk about how the watch should have alerted them to the affair between Nadia and Luke, as only a woman who is sleeping with a man would have his watch. They noticed Aubrey and the sadness that emanated from her. Nadia began to chaperone the Mothers, many of whom had been prevented by the DMV from driving, especially Mother Betty. She did this as a means of penance and they approved her carrying her mother's Bible. Nadia learned from her father that her own grandmother was a preacher and would not allow a daughter to have a child without wedlock in her house, warning Nadia not to explore the option. When she asked, Robert revealed that abortion was never an option for her mother and Nadia was almost disappointed.

Luke began to speak to a therapist named Dave, who assured him that...

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