Deadly Little Secret - 50 Summary & Analysis

Laurie Faria Stolarz
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50 Summary

When Camelia comes to, she realizes she has thrown up. She kicks at the walls and manages to secure a knife. She cuts her thumb but manages to cut herself free of the wall.

50 Analysis

Camelia comes to, realizing she's thrown up, and sees a chance to escape in the form of a knife. She uses the knife to cut herself free from the wall, hurting herself in the process, but she is still bound by the knots around her hands. This escape from the wall can be viewed symbolically as Camelia finally gaining some sort of independence. Whereas she is drawn to Ben, held against her will by Matt, and can't speak to her parents about the stalker events, Camelia is able to cut herself free from being physically bound. In so doing, she gains courage and a measure of independence.

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