We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves - Part 6, Chapters 1-3 Summary & Analysis

Karen Joy Fowler
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Part 6, Chapter 1

Rose shares that she went home that Christmas and after a few days decided to tell her parents about her meeting with Lowell. Her parents had a hard time with the news, especially when they heard that Lowell had talked about wanting to go to college and had even considered coming home. Rose’s father was angry when Rose pointed out that Fern had never been sent to a farm. He argued that there was no real way to tell a five year old about what was really going on. Her parents talked more about Fern. To Rose’s surprise, they said that Rose was the one that would panic anytime Fern was brought up and that’s why the family didn’t talk about her.

Rose’s family went on to say that it wasn’t just the incident...

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