Becoming Nicole: The Transformation of an American Family - Chapters 35 - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

Nutt, Amy Ellis
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Chapter 35 begins with Nicole addressing a 2011 GLAD award dinner and the family adjusting to public life. Volunteering for a role in a police officer’s training program, Nicole pays a dead body next to a young boy. They begin whispering to each other and at the end of the exercise he gives her a quick kiss. The emotional rollercoaster brings up her greatest fear: someone not loving her for who she is. In Chapter 36, the Maine legislature defeats the proposed bill regarding restricting restroom usage and, within in a year, strengthens their bullying laws. Near Christmas 2011, a front page article about the Maineses appears in The Boston Globe, though Kelly refuses many other offers, preferring to keep the family from the limelight.

Jonas is the focus of Chapter 37 where, in his sophomore year, he slides into a depression. He is not jealous...

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