We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves - Part 2, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Karen Joy Fowler
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Part 2, Chapter 7

Rose focuses more on some of her memories growing up with Fern. She recalls that she used to sit with Fern while her mother would read them books. Rose would keep interrupting her mother to ask her things about the story, or what certain words meant. Rose’s mother didn’t like this, and told her to be more like Fern, who obviously didn’t interrupt. Rose frequently acted as a translator for Fern, as she had learned to understand the way that Fern communicated. As she grew up, Rose realized that the experiments were not only about seeing if Fern could interact with a human, but if Rose could interact with Fern.

When she started kindergarten, the kids gave Rose a hard time because her sister was a monkey. Rose had developed a lot of Fern’s mannerisms, and her...

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