We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves - Part 5, Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

Karen Joy Fowler
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Part 5, Chapter 3

Rose recalls that Lowell had saved many animal lives. She notes that when he was making comparisons between animals and humans he seemed to classify himself more as an animal than a man. Rose remembers that at the time she was in danger of failing her Religion and Violence class because on her final she had started to write about how people rely on inhumane animal testing to advance in different fields. She had gone to argue with the professor, who decided to give her an incomplete because she had been good for the rest of the year and he appreciated the fact that she was trying to fight so passionately for her grade.

Part 5, Chapter 4

Later on, Rose recalls that Harlow had badgered Rose with questions about Lowell. At first Rose only told the basic truth, like he used...

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