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The Rosie Effect - Chapters 4-6 Summary & Analysis

Graeme Simsion
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In Chapter 4, Rosie was nauseated the next morning. Don suggested she not take any medicines for the sickness. He suddenly realized there was a possibility Rosie might have drunk alcohol before she knew she was pregnant and was worried about any damage that might have been done. Rosie made a comment that cortisol, caused by stress, could also hurt the baby so it was Don’s responsibility to make sure she wasn’t stressed during her pregnancy. She asked for a massage.

When Don went with Dave to inspect the beer cellar Dave told him that George, the man who wanted it built had rented the apartment below his own with plans to use only one room for the cellar. During the inspection, George asked about the temperature at which Dave was setting the cooler. Dave gave an incorrect temperature and Don corrected...

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