We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves - Part 1, Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

Karen Joy Fowler
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Part 1, Chapter 3

Rosemary flies out to Indiana where her parents live and where she was raised. Every year her family alternates whom they will be with forThanksgiving. This year they are visiting the family on her mother’s side. Her mother’s family doesn’t get along well with her father because he’s both a science professor as well as an atheist. Rose reflects on how tense things are with their family, as there are a number of forbidden subjects they can't bring up. Rose also mentions that she has not only a brother, but another sibling as well. She laments the fact that her family ignores the past, which includes the two missing siblings. At home, Rose’s mother surprises her by giving her old journals that she had written. She also tells Rose that her father wishes they would...

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