The Two-Family House - Chapters 25-32 Summary & Analysis

Lynda Cohen Loigman
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Chapter 25 is from Rose's perspective. The date is June,1950. Rose, Helen, and their families are visiting Sol's new house along with many other friends. Rose and Helen encounter each other at the bathroom. Helen wants to talk but Rose leaves. Rose feels suffocated all the time. Sol points out a path that goes to a small pond and Rose slips away. Abe interrupts her time, saying that Teddy had an accident.

Chapter 26 is written from Helen's perspective. Some boys were playing baseball. Teddy ran into the area of the game and got hit with a baseball. Helen is the first to pick him up. She does not think the injury is serious, but urges Mort to take him to the hospital to be certain. Mort is furious with Judith, saying she was supposed to be watching Teddy. Helen counters, saying Judith could not...

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