Cat's Eye - Chapters 28-32 Summary & Analysis

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Elaine tries to help a drunken woman everyone else is avoiding. She helps the woman get up off of the sidewalk and gives her ten dollars, but she does not want to make any personal connections. The woman is delirious, and says Elaine is Our Lady and accuses her of not loving her, making Elaine feel guilty. The woman’s green eyes remind her of Cordelia’s.

A new school year begins, and Carol and Elaine are now in fifth grade. Their teacher, Miss Stuart is a refreshing change from Miss Lumley, and everyone loves her. Cordelia’s behavior toward Elaine is becoming more malicious; Elaine begins to feel numb. She keeps her favorite cat’s eye marble in her pocket, and she also thinks about ways of dying. When her mother suddenly tells her she does not have to play with those girls, Elaine...

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