The Two-Family House - Chapters 65-71, Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Lynda Cohen Loigman
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Chapter 65 is from Mort's perspective, and is dated October 1969. Rose writes a letter with her decision to remain in Florida, saying she does not see any need for them to talk about it. Mort sends her some of her remaining items, including a picture of Teddy, but cannot decide “whether it was an act of kindness or cruelty” (267). Mimi and her husband sometimes visit Rose. Dinah meets a young man there and ultimately remains in Florida. Judith never talks to Rose.

Abe has another heart attack and dies. People say he was very young, and Mort remembers that no one said that about Teddy. He supposes it was because, “If 62 was too young to die, eight had been too catastrophic even to mention” (268). Mort speaks at the funeral. Mort says he always thought Abe's role at Box Brothers was less important than...

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