The Nest - Part Two: The Kiss Chapters 22-24 Summary & Analysis

Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney
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In Chapter 22, when the rehabilitation workers told Matilda that her living arrangements with her parents weren’t ideal for new needs, Matilda didn’t take their warnings seriously. Once she got home to the tiny third floor apartment with no elevator, she began to see the challenges her living arrangement provided. Additionally, her parents watched her carefully and never left her alone. After she saw what she believed was a sign she bought herself a handicap accessible condo as well as a regular condo for her sister. Even as frugal as Matilda tried to be with her money it went fast, especially with her family members asking for loans.

She knew she had to find a job and find some way to be more mobile. She thought about taking classes at the community college but she was always in...

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