Freedom (novel) - “Mistakes Were Made”: Chapter 2: Best Friends Summary & Analysis

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The main focus of this chapter is Patty’s college-era personal relationships. Patty considered her best friend to be a girl named Eliza, who sat behind her in a lecture class. Eliza complimented Patty on her athletic skill and eventually began coming to basketball games to root for Patty. During one of these games, Eliza gave Patty a piece of paper with the word “Patty” written all over it. They became friends and had a variety of adventures together including eating hash brownies (when Patty secretly hoped that Eliza would participate in a lesbian experience with her).

Eventually, Patty began a romantic relationship with a man named Carter. After dating Carter for six months, Patty came back early from a game and discovered Carter doing cocaine. She then broke up with Carter and forced Eliza to quit hard drugs...

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