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

Karen Joy Fowler
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Part 5, Chapter 5

In a continuation of her past, Rose says that she was taken into an interrogation room by the police, although she wasn’t officially under arrest. The officer started to ask about Lowell, but Rose doesn’t give him any information and instead asked to get a lawyer. She was left alone for several hours; unsure whether they were actually getting her a lawyer or just trying to make her feel impatient so she’d start talking. While she was secluded, she thought back to her childhood. She thought about how it was hard to remember so far back, and she wasn’t sure if the memories she had from then are memories of what actually happened, or just events her young imagination made up because she couldn’t accurately remember.

Part 5, Chapter 6

As this recall continues Rose starts to...

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