Annie on My Mind - 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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3-4 Summary

Liza enters Mrs. Poindexter's office. It is a surprising ugly space - the plain walls and empty desk contribute to a dry, cold atmosphere one doesn't need to be surrounded by when one is visiting the headmistress. Mrs. Poindexter while not a formidable figure is a stickler for the rules and immediately she questions Liza on why she did not report Sally for ear piercing.

According to Mrs. Poindexter Liza has breached the school's reporting rule. Namely that if you see a student doing something against the rules then you should report them immediately. In her defense Liza tells her that she didn't think Sally was doing anyone any harm - she took all the right precautions and it wasn't like she was forcing them to have their ears pierced.

Mrs. Poindexter is not impressed, but admits the situation has created more problems...

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