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The Rosie Effect - Chapters 7-9 Summary & Analysis

Graeme Simsion
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In Chapter 7, Don went through a list detailing his changing opinions of fatherhood since he was a teen. There was an incident involving bluefin tuna that had recently changed Don’s mind completely about his ability to be a father. In this incident, he had Sunday lunch with Isaac and Judy Esler. Rosie was not there. They had been joined by Seymour and Lydia, strangers to Don. When ordering, Judy suggested they all order a different entree and share. Don then made the mistake of ordering the bluefin tuna. Lydia grew angry because it was an endangered species and accused Don of being insensitive. The situation escalated to the point that Lydia was so angry she left the restaurant. Before she left she told Don to do the world a favor and not have children.

In Chapter 8, in the present Don was struggling...

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