We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves - Part 6, Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Karen Joy Fowler
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Summary

Part 6, Chapter 7

Rose starts to get media attention, but it largely comes from the fact that Lowell is captured and arrested. He spends three months in prison without seeing an attorney. Rose tries to get Todd’s mother to represent him. She’s interested, but says it is a complicated case. Rose recounts her first reunion with Fern. She had sent several items ahead from their past to try and get her to remember. When they meet, she brings the red poker chip, showing it to Fern to let her know she still thinks they are the same. While Fern doesn't react violently or poorly, Rose isn't sure if she recognizes her either. Even though her body has changed so much, and she's an adult now, Rose feels like she can still recognize everything about Fern.

Analysis

Part 6, Chapter 7

Lowell has given up...

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