Bread Givers - Chapters XVI Summary & Analysis

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Chapters XVI Summary

Sara is accepted to college in a relatively rural setting. She is amazed by the fact that people have yards in front of their houses and that there is so much fresh air. She gets a job at the George Martin Hand Laundry and Mr. Martin allows her to work as many hours each day as she wants. She is sometimes there so late that he sends her home so that he can close the shop. She attends classes and lives in a small room much as she did in New York. She still does not fit in. She tries to talk to several of the students but is not warmly received.

Then Sara is informed that she is required to take a physical education class daily. When she arrives, she is told that she needs specific clothing for working out...

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