The Night Journey - Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 5, Nana Sashie’s story is interrupted when the other family members call Rache to help with the overflowing dishwasher. Ed removes the drain tube valve and gives it to Nana Sashie, who has been moved to the rocker in the kitchen, to work on. She calls for the toolbox. Rache watches as her hands fly over the compartments of the box then deftly work on the valve. She doesn’t want to go to the phone when her best friend, with whom she is angry, calls. She agrees to help Amy with her singing part in the play then hangs up. Rache tells her parents she has to cut out parts for cowboy vests for “Oklahoma!” Nana Sashie mentions that the idea of costumes always makes her think of the Jewish holiday of Purim. Rache offers to cut out the costume...

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