The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake - Part One: Food, Chapters 9-12 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 9, Rose reveals that she knows her mother loves her brother more and that Joseph has always been distant. Rose remembers going with her mother to get Joseph out of school for a doctor’s appointment. Instead, she took them to a market. She asked Joseph for advice and continued to take Joseph out of school. Lane ended up speaking with the president of student affairs and the principal where she explained that she took Joseph out of school because he was bored. Joseph had to resume a normal school schedule after that. She remembers meeting George the first time he came over to the house to work on science homework. She thinks about how she thought Joseph was odd because he was smart, but George was smart and also sociable.

George arrives in Chapter 10 to continue the experiment...

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