We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves - Part 2, Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

Karen Joy Fowler
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Part 2, Chapter 3

Rose recalls that shortly after they moved, her mother rarely came out of her room, and when she would come out she was a mess. Rose’s grandmother would come down during the day to take care of Rose and help out around the house, but it was clear that she didn’t want to be there. She tried to get Lowell to come back home, but he told her that he wanted to stay with a friend. It was around this time that Rose’s father started to drink, although at the time she was too young to really understand that. Her father and mother frequently fought; with her father feeling like everyone blamed him for what happened. Lowell finally returned one night and told Rose that it was her fault for what happened to Fern. He said that...

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