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And I Don't Want to Live This Life Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 24-26 Summary

Deborah Spungen
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Chapters 24-26 Summary and Analysis

In chapter 24, Sid's mother called to express her sympathies and to plead Sid's case. A reporter then attempted to force his way into the house, convincing the Spungens to tell Nancy's story so that lies would not be printed in his paper. Sid later called and expressed his grief over Nancy's death and his regret that he could not attend her funeral. Three days after the funeral, a group of English reporters forced their way through the front door and left a newspaper on the floor. The reporters then called the police and accused Deborah of stealing their property. Deborah became so overwhelmed that she went to see a therapist friend of hers. The friend listened to Deborah pore out her pain and frustration, convincing her to continue with therapy. The therapist also suggested Deborah and her family get away for a weekend...

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