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The Weight of Silence Chapter Summary & Analysis - Sections 851-1604 Summary

Heather Gudenkauf
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Sections 851-1604 Summary

Fielda waits at home while Martin is working on the business end of finding their daughter. Martin has the difficult task of putting up fliers. As he puts them up, he understands that people might think of him as a suspect. Still, his memories of his daughter make every inconvenience worthwhile. He remembers how everyone loves her, and he thinks of how she reaches out to help others. She is creative in her solutions.

Although Antonia doesn't have friends, she still reaches out to call everyone she can think of regarding the missing girls. She and Martin have different parenting styles, as the reader sees earlier in the book. However, they both have the same reactions to this situation. They loved their children with a passion and are greatly distressed by the disappearances. They feel that others are judging them, but ignore the responses and...

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