A Stolen Life: A Memoir - Pages 29 through 58 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 29 through 58 Summary and Analysis

The First Time: Days later, Dugard is still handcuffed in the soundproof room. She wanted to try to remember how many days ago she had been taken, but she didn't remember. Phillip came in once every couple of days to feed her, afterward removing all the trash. She managed to look out the small window and saw only weeds and a tree she nicknamed hangman's tree. Dugard was very bored and there was nothing to do. She'd tell stories to herself and cry herself to sleep every night.

One day, Phillip came in, took off all his clothes, forced himself on top of Dugard, and raped her. She doesn't know what happened to her, only that it was horrible and that she had to drive it from her mind. She began "bleeding down there," and wondered if she was...

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