Alice, I Think - Chapter 11 Summary Putting on a brave face Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11 Summary Putting on a brave face Summary

Alice gets a letter from Aubrey in which apologizes and he tells her that he has met someone. Alice is relieved she is no longer dating him and feels bad for the poor girl that has to listen to his rambling.

As Alice's bruises start to fade she puts makeup on them to make them look as bad as they were in the beginning. Alice loves the attention too much to let them fade. Everyone is genuinely worried about Alice, especially Bob. Bob tells Alice that he is so worried about her going back to school that he can't sleep or eat. That night, Alice is watching a movie with her family which puts her in tears and causes her makeup to run. When Alice's father notices and asks her if...

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