Wave (novel) - Part 8 Summary & Analysis

Sonali Deraniyagala
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In Part 8, Deraniyagala admits to her reader that even as often as she made pancakes for her husband and sons, she cannot remember how to make them. Not being able to remember the recipe reminds Deraniyagala how distant her life with Steve and the boys has become. She wants to be able to get it back. Her memories include the meals they ate and enjoyed as well as the stories Steve would tell the boys about his childhood. Deraniyagala also shared with the boys about her own childhood growing up in Sri Lanka.

Deraniyagala continues with her memories telling tales of the days before she and Steve were married. They had attended Columbia University together. She admits she did not take much notice of him at first. Despite the steps she has taken in healing, Deraniyagala tells her reader that she still cannot bring...

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