Dilemmas in My Sister’s Keeper by Jodi Picoult

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January 29, 2015

 

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That creation is Anna Fitzgerald, who is beginning to wonder about her place in the world and questions her on going donations in order to save her sister’s, Kate’s life. Anna feels that her existence is defined by her ability to save her sister. That type of knowledge of such form of conception must have some sort of psychological ramifications upon a growing child...
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That type of knowledge of such form of conception must have some sort of psychological ramifications upon a growing child. If I knew that I was a test tube baby, it would make living a little less extraordinary because it takes away the romance of creating life. Anna lashes back at her parents who conceived her out of desperation by suing them for medical emancipation, which are medical rights over your own body...
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