A Stolen Life: A Memoir - Pages 243 through 268 Summary & Analysis

Jaycee Dugard
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Pages 243 through 268 Summary and Analysis

Meeting with Nancy: Through the police, Dugard exercised the chance to see and speak with Nancy, who was incarcerated along with her husband. Dugard mainly did this to obtain closure, and to let Nancy know what she and Phillip did was wrong. Dugard realized she and Nancy never had anything resembling a normal relationship; it was fake, like a house of cards that would blow over at any moment.

At the meeting, Nancy insisted on calling Dugard "Allissa," and Dugard corrected her. Dugard tried to get Nancy to see how wrong Phillip was, and what bad things he did, but Nancy said she still loved him. Dugard said she did not hate Nancy, but at the same time, she never wanted to have anything to do with her, and they would never see each other again.

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