Alice, I Think - Chapter 9 The downward spiral Summary & Analysis

Susan Juby
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Chapter 9 The downward spiral Summary

Alice is feeling depressed about no longer having a significant other. She is not upset because she misses Aubrey; she simply misses having someone to be excited about. Alice's mother notices Alice sulking in her room and gives her a feminist book to help her feel better. Alice is the best example Alice has of what a feminist is. Alice remembers all the times that her mother has helped her friend that would come seeking help after being beaten up by her husband. She decides she is going to add "To become an active Feminist" on her list of goals.

When Alice goes to work Corinne calls her mother and has her fire Alice because of the incense incident the last time Corrine had been at the store. Alice isn't very upset about being fired and goes...

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