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

Karen Joy Fowler
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Part 3, Chapter 3

Rose recalls that things continued to get better for her family. In high school, Lowell finally stopped talking about Fern. By senior year he not only had a girlfriend, but had become a popular player on the basketball team. Rose had stopped being such a chatterbox and no longer corrected people when they spoke. This led to her bottling up all of her thoughts, and as a result she had trouble focusing on anything in school. One night, when Lowell was a senior, he angrily made Rose leave his room when she went to see him. Rose was confused by this, but he seemed fine by the time dinner rolled around. That night, he took all of the money he had saved up and what possessions he could pack away, and left the house. He also freed the lab rats...

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