We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves - Part 2, Chapters 1-2 Summary & Analysis

Karen Joy Fowler
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Part 2, Chapter 1

Rose flashes back to the summer of 1979, right when she was being picked up by her father from her grandparent's house. She had been scared that her family didn’t want her anymore. This fear was made worse when she was taken to a brand new home. Her father told her that they moved while she was gone and encouraged her to explore the house. He told her not to bother their mother though who Rose could occasionally hear crying. Rose’s brother, Lowell refused to go with the family and ended up staying with his best friend. Rose reveals that her other sibling was a sister, Fern, whom she says her parents got rid of during the move.

Rose has very distinct memories of Fern, but because she was only five by the time she left she had a...

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