White Oleander - Chapter 27 Summary & Analysis

Janet Fitch
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Chapter 27 Summary

How clear it is without her mother behind her eyes. Astrid is reborn, a Siamese twin who has finally been separated from its hated, cumbersome double. Her mother has sent her another letter. She tells Astrid that she cannot dismiss her that easily. She made Astrid and she lives inside her. Ingrid tells of her "new children," young admirers who make pilgrimage from all over the world and willingly forgive her anything. Her case is generating interest from people like Susan D. Valeris, an attorney for the "feminine damned." From jail, Ingrid and her work are generating more attention than ever possible had she remained free.

Astrid thinks about the possibility of her mother being freed. She killed a man, albeit a flawed man and she would do it again, next time with even less reason. She cannot believe that any attorney would...

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