The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake - Part Four: Here, Chapters 35-47 Summary & Analysis

Aimee Bender
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Chapter 35 begins Part Four: Here. This section moves time forward. Rose did not go to college. She continues to live at home with her parents. Though Joseph had left, he returns briefly. Doctors test Joseph, and he disappears again. It is the last time Rose sees him. They must let the apartment go. In the car, Lane and Rose talk about the affair. Lane wonders if Joseph left because of the affair. Rose dismisses the thought and tells her that she has known about the affair since she was twelve. Lane admits that she loves Paul, but Larry is helpful to her. Rose tells her she does not want the details, but she is not asking for her to give him up. They move Joseph’s belongings back into his room. Lane does not want to get rid of anything...

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