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The Rosie Effect - Chapters 37-39 Summary & Analysis

Graeme Simsion
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In Chapter 37, when Don and Rosie arrived home, Gene told Don he had plans for him between 5 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Hoping to make use of the little time they had together, Don talked to Rosie explaining to her that the multiplying of relationships from just her and him to multiple relationships involving the baby had confused him. He understood she needed the relationship with the baby for emotional reasons, but encouraged her not to throw away their relationship in the meantime. He said their lives, even with the baby, should include joint activities as well as intellectual stimulation. He told her that he planned to act as the champion of their relationship. Rosie thought about what he had to say but then went back to the idea that Don wasn’t wired to be a father. Don reminded her that she...

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