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

Karen Joy Fowler
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Part 6, Chapter 4

Back in the summer of 1996, Rose finally got her suitcase. She was disappointed to find that Todd had returned the other one as she wanted to write a note apologizing for the fact that the ventriloquist doll had gone missing, likely stolen by Harlow. She hoped that Harlow might have snuck in at some point to return it, but doubted that was the case. Rose finally started to go through some of the journals and realized that they are more like baby books. They contained pictures of both a young Rose as well as a young Fern.

Part 6, Chapter 5

Rose starts to drift between the present day of 2012 and 1996 when she was reading the journals. She reveals that in the present she and her mother have turned the journals into books and are starting to get them published. Rose became...

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