Trowbridge Road - "Curante" - "Swallow the Moon" Summary & Analysis

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The next chapter is titled “Curante.” Angela is playing a piece called Curante, which wakes June the next morning. June has a strong grasp of the feelings the music creates and the meaning. She compares some of these to her situation, including the idea that the piece is hopeful. Yet, there is the realization of something that cannot be fixed. Angela is careful, knowing June is in pain from the bath. She assures June her skin will heal and that she was only seeking to protect June. She leads June to cook eggs and eats a few bites while June eats. June apologizes for the “disgustingness” of the previous day and pledges to be more careful. June sees a picture of her mother on “the night of her Carnegie Hall concert” (98) and her father when he was strong and healthy...

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