Freedom (novel) - “Mistakes Were Made”: Chapter 1: Agreeable Summary & Analysis

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This section of the novel is a memoir narrated by Patty, but written in 3rd person. Patty explains that she was incredibly good at sports, and if she was not an atheist, she would thank God for them (she played basketball and softball). Patty then explains the following: she was the oldest of four siblings living in Westchester County, NY. Her father was a lawyer and her mother was a professional Democrat. One day, Patty went with her father to court; afterwards, he explained that everyone involved with any trial are liars. She hated family events like playing double tennis with her father, his work partner (who looked at her suggestively), and his wife.

Patty had a few relationships, but first had sex with a boy named Ethan Post. However, it was not consensual. Ethan raped her at a party...

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