We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves - Part 4, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Karen Joy Fowler
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Part 4, Chapter 7

Rose recalls that during that time in her life that she and Lowell ended up spending the whole morning together. Lowell did the majority of the talking. He told Rose all about the activities that he had been up to in Davis, saving animals that had been experiment on by different medical testing groups. Lowell asked about their parents, and then revealed that he has been trying to read papers that their dad published. He talked about how he disagreed with not only his recent papers, but also his earlier ones. He said that their dad always blamed Fern for not being able to understand them, but he never once considered that they were at fault for not being able to understand Fern.

He also discussed a game that Fern used to play with the students. She was given two different...

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