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The Rosie Effect - Chapters 1-3 Summary & Analysis

Graeme Simsion
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In Chapter 1, Don was confused because there were two glasses of orange juice on the table on a day that it was specified he and Rosie could drink alcohol. Rosie asked Don what he was cooking. He thought about how different he was from his wife. They were at two different ends of the spectrum in their preferences for order. The only area in which Rosie was organized was in her medical studies. In all others she was disorganized. Don, on the other hand, was highly organized.

In Chapter 2, Don explained how his week had been disrupted even before the orange juice incident. A resident of their apartment building, Jerome, had added a purple shirt to a load of Rosie and Don’s clothing, turning their clothes purple. Rosie had no luck when she tried to talk to the man so she asked...

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