Damaged - Chapters 25 through 27 Summary & Analysis

Cathy Glass
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Chapters 25 through 27 Summary and Analysis

In Chapter 25, Jill contacted the Smiths. They were astonished. They never saw any signs of abuse and were willing to provide a character witness for the parents. There were no "grandfathers" with the last names she mentioned. Jill attributed Jodie's stories to a confused eight-year-old. Jill was still working on getting some time off for Cathy who told Jill she was getting too involved. Cathy thought of contacting the Smiths herself but knew that such an action would be inappropriate and unprofessional. The LAC meeting was, as Cathy guessed, a waste of time. As Eileen was leaving, Reg appeared and kicked her in the shin. It was the first time that another identity had emerged before a stranger.

Reg made an appearance at school, slapped another kid and ranted and raved and used file language. Mr. West called Cathy...

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