The Two-Family House - Chapters 57-64 Summary & Analysis

Lynda Cohen Loigman
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Chapter 57 is from Helen's perspective. Helen spends a lot of time worrying that Mort understood what Helen and Rose were arguing about, and that the information is what pushed him into a heart attack. Mort tries to reassure her, saying heart problems run in the family. Helen has begun to look at herself as an outright liar. Chapter 58 is from Abe's perspective. He remembers something about the argument, but in his memory, Rose and Helen were arguing about dresses.

Chapter 59 is from Rose's perspective. Rose receives word that Aunt Faye died, and Rose inherits the bulk of her estate. They lawyer says Faye made that decision because Rose was the only one of her nieces who took an interest in her, and because she hopes her money will help bring Rose happiness, which she deserves after enduring the pain of Teddy's death. The...

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