The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake - Part Two: Joseph, Chapters 20-28 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 20, Rose is taking the bus home by herself because Joseph had to stay after school. She finds another delivery from Grandma. Her mother is trying a new recipe. Lane asks if Rose wants to help cook, and she grates the cheese. She tells her mom about Joseph disappearing. Lane wonders if he is sneaking out; she does not think that being secretive is a bad thing. The next time Joseph babysits, Rose discovers that he has disappeared again. When he comes back, Rose notes how old he looks. She asks if he is sick. He explains that he is practicing something difficult. Rose asks Joseph for a favor.

The next day at school, George comes to see Rose, telling her that Joseph told him to stop by. Rose wants to show George off to Eliza. George and Rose...

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