We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves - Part 4, Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

Karen Joy Fowler
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Part 4, Chapter 5

Rose recalls that she spent the day trying to find her missing bike and the ventriloquist doll, which Harlow had already returned. When she went back to the apartment, she found out that her brother had stopped by and had run into Harlow. The two of them were going to dinner so Rose went out to meet them. She was worried about what Lowell might be telling Harlow about their family, and that she and Lowell wouldn’t be able to openly talk with Harlow there. Rose thinks back to a study that discussed whether or not it was possible for chimps to really understand the actions behind human behavior, or if they were just conditioned to respond to repeated stimuli. The study decided that it was possible for chimps to learn human behavior, which Rose decides Fern is able...

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