Firebird - Part 1, Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

Doty, Mark
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Rainbow Girls – The author describes how, shortly after his sister Sally became a Rainbow Girl (a social organization for girls apparently similar, in some ways, to the Girl Guides), he went into her bedroom and looked in the drawer where she kept her Rainbow Girl memorabilia and other things that were important to her. As he describes what he found there, he comments in narration on how, in the present, his memories of all those things are intense and vivid, even though they had physically left his life a long time ago.

The author then describes how memories of his experience in Sally’s room trigger memories of a school assembly at which he and his fellow students were entertained by a visit and performance by Little Miss Sunbeam, a young woman who served as a representative of, and marketing tool for, a...

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