Couldn't Keep It to Myself: Testimonies from Our Imprisoned Sisters - The True Face of Earth - Nancy Whiteley Summary & Analysis

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The True Face of Earth - Nancy Whiteley Summary and Analysis

In "The True Face of Earth," Nancy Whiteley jumps back and forth from childhood to her teenage years to adulthood to string together the events that have shaped her life and her perception of herself. Nancy's story is a heartbreaking tale of striving to be loved and appreciated but feeling empty and alone most of her life. It is not told in chronological order but in random snippets from various memories of her life.

The story begins when Nancy is six years old. Her father has promised to take her flying in his airplane; her mother is making breakfast in the kitchen; her oldest sister is off to work at Friendly's; and her middle sister is at a horseback riding lesson. It looks like the perfect family...

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