Cat's Eye - Chapters 41-46 Summary & Analysis

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Charna is excited about the newspaper piece on Elaine’s retrospective, but Elaine sees all the comments in a negative light. Again she imagines that Cordelia will see the article, come to the exhibit, and see herself. Elaine has only painted one picture of Cordelia by herself. “It was hard . . . to fix Cordelia in one time, at one age.”

When Cordelia and Elaine enter tenth grade, Elaine is still younger and smaller. She is studious in school, but Cordelia does not put much effort into her studies.

Cordelia brings up the subject of Grace, but Elaine has only a vague memory of her. Cordelia starts making fun of the family, and Elaine joins in the mockery. She gets a savage enjoyment out of the game, which she does not understand, but does not question. They go into the cemetery, and Elaine makes up stories that...

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