What Have You Lost? - Study Guide Section 13: pages 142-151 Summary & Analysis

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In Jack Brannon's "Raised Violence," the author is glad when his sister calls because her voice spreads across the years they did not talk. The author's body had changed the year she left, but the silence had remained the same for six more years. They finally talk, and he is so glad when she calls because they "were raised in the same silence" (p. 143).

In "Lament" by Catherine Bowman, the author asks someone to sing to her, if they can, through the darkened sky.

In "Model of the Heart at the Franklin Institute" by Kasey Jueds, the author, missing her deceased friend, recalls walking through the huge model heart as a child, tocuhing its walls as the beating sound pulsed in her head. She did not know at the time that she would live carefully and forget her friend, instead remembering the way...

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