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We Were the Mulvaneys Chapter Summary & Analysis - Family Pictures: Gone Summary

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Family Pictures: Gone Summary

After a few hours of phone calls, Marianne is packed up to go live with a distant cousin of Corrine's, who has no children of her own. Marianne takes Muffin with her.

Family Pictures: Gone Analysis

The statement at the beginning of the novel, the foreshadowing of events to come, has come true. The only daughter has been sent away to save the father. It is ironic that Corrine has chosen her husband over her daughter, when it is her daughter who has been injured and needs a mother's care, now more than ever. Marianne's taking of Muffin also foreshadows events to come.

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