Three Women - Chapters 15 - 19 Summary & Analysis

Lisa Taddeo
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In the present, Sloane’s father and brother come to visit her in the spring and she begins to remember several repressed memories. For example, the moment when she was around eight or nine and her brother, just two years older than her, entered her room asking her if she wanted to mess around with him. Her nieces ask her about when she wrecked her brother’s car and her anger at her brother and she does not know what to tell the girls. She tells them that she made a mistake and could have been killed, but she managed to survive.

On the morning of Maggie’s trial verdict the jury finds Aaron not guilty on three of the five counts he was charged with. Aaron appears relieved and Maggie sees how the jury and the rest of the courtroom attempts to...

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