We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves - Part 3, Chapters 1-2 Summary & Analysis

Karen Joy Fowler
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Part 3, Chapter 1

Rose discusses how the loss of Fern was a lot different for her compared to the rest of the family. They had obtained Fern when Rose was only three months old, so she didn't have a persona to go back to without Fern around. Everyone else in the family could at least return to their old lives before Fern. For Rose, it wasn’t just that Fern was gone, but also all of the other grad students that helped with the experiment. Rose was used to having every word she spoke monitored, which is part of what led to her being so talkative as a child. Without Fern, nobody appreciated all of the facts that she memorized and the advanced vocabulary that she used.

Part 3, Chapter 2

Rose recalls that she was transferred into a new, more socially accepted school. Her...

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