And We Stay - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Jenny Hubbard
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In Chapter 3, Emily avoids the other girls by spending much of her time in the library. One day she feels nudged toward the card catalogue where she looks up the poet Emily Dickinson. She finds a volume of her poetry and looks under the subject line “gun, loaded” for a poem. At night, Emily begins reading poems by the famous, reclusive poet. During the day, she follows the rules set out for her by Amherst School for Girls. She’s met and learned the names of all the girls on her floor of Hart Hall. She believes Annabelle Wycoff and Waverley Graham are the friendliest; but, K.T. tells her they are actually just the nosiest and the biggest gossips in the school.

One day Emily asks K.T. why she doesn’t eat breakfast with her other friends. K.T. explains that her...

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