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them Chapter Summary & Analysis - To Whose Country Have I Come? Chapters 8 and 9 Summary

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To Whose Country Have I Come? Chapters 8 and 9 Summary

Maureen writes to Miss Oates, a professor at the University of Detroit where Maureen attends night school. The year is now 1966 and many years have passed since Maureen's year of catatonia. The letters to the professor explain what the classes have meant to Maureen and how she has pieced her life back together after losing over a year to the semi-conscious state. The content of the letters vacillates from Maureen not being able to focus on the core of the message for her professor to being very specific about her future plans. Maureen has selected another one of her professors, a married man with children, and intends to break up the man's marriage and marry him herself, one day.

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