A Stolen Life: A Memoir - Pages 221 through 242 Summary & Analysis

Jaycee Dugard
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Pages 221 through 242 Summary and Analysis

Milestones: Dugard never got to experience the usual milestones of a child, like a high school prom or birthday parties. The only real event she shared with the world was hearing the news on 9/11/01 about the World Trade Center being destroyed. Other than that, she was deprived of world experience, and in her freedom she wanted to make up for lost time.

One of the happiest moments Dugard had was meeting her sister, Shayna, who was only a baby when Dugard was taken. Dugard describes a process of discomfort and feeling each other out, but she knew that their mutual love would eventually result in a warm relationship. Ironically, Shayna was the one who taught Dugard how to drive, as Dugard was always discouraged from driving or too scared to try. Dugard is now a slow and careful driver...

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