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

Karen Joy Fowler
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Part 4, Chapter 3

Rose recalls that she continued to hang out with Harlow, but she was having a hard time not thinking about Fern. After Sosa's lecture, she kept imagining what it must have been like for Fern when she was taken away from the house. Rose remembered how scared she was as a child, but she at least had her family there to take care of her. Rose knew her family wasn’t there, but she at least hoped that Matt had been there. She worried how hard it would have been for Fern to adapt to being around so many other chimps, especially males since they were the dominant ones. Rose remembers that she ended up breaking down at a restaurant and found herself crying in the bathroom. She tried to get over it and had tried to continue to party...

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