A Stolen Life: A Memoir - Pages 59 through 96 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 59 through 96 Summary and Analysis

Nancy: After the first "run," Phillip allowed Dugard to stay in the larger room, which they called "next door." Dugard was grateful for being able to live in a larger space and watch color TV. At this time, Dugard was introduced to Nancy for the first time, who brought her meals. Dugard was desperate for company, but Nancy was largely silent and standoffish; Phillip attributed this to Nancy being jealous of Dugard. Over time, Dugard came to know Nancy. Nancy was a worker at an old folks' home. Phillip hinted that he wanted Nancy to engage in a threesome with them, and Dugard is sickened.

Dugard celebrated her twelfth birthday. Her "present" was Nancy getting highlights in her hair, and Dugard was greatly disappointed. Dugard remembered with great sadness her mother and Aunt Tina. To waste away the time...

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