The Mothers - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Brit Bennett
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The Mothers talk about Nadia's changing behavior, as she had become pricklier, and they also discuss the rumors surrounding Aubrey's departure from her home. Nadia thought about the day Aubrey arrived unannounced to her house, confronting her about the affair and leaving without stopping for Nadia's apology. For months, Nadia tried to apologize by calling and writing letters, finally going to Mo's house where Kasey told her to give Aubrey space. Months passed, and Christmas came and went with Nadia continuing her routine at Upper Room, taking care of her father, and thinking of taking the California bar exam as opposed to the Illinois one.

While going through a photo album, Robert pointed out a photo of Clarence, Nadia's uncle, to her. Mrs. Sheppard approached Nadia, asking if she had heard from Aubrey and revealing that she was pregnant. She left after condemning Nadia...

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