Girl in Pieces - Part 1: Pages 3 - 50 Summary & Analysis

Kathleen Glasgow
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Summary

Charlie, introduced as the narrator, was found bleeding, wrapped naked in a sheet outside Regions Hospital. Her mother did not come to claim her.

In the hospital, the other girls try to get Charlie to talk, but she writes that she could not because she “cut all my words out” (4).

Her roommate, Louisa, believed that she was scared when Louisa undressed in front of her. Charlie said she had just never seen anyone with scars like hers.

Charlie describes the hospital routine and safety precautions. The other girls complain, but the Charlie is happy in the hospital because she is safe and cared for.

Charlie describes the other girls in the hospital. One is a nicker, another a burner. Charlie says that Blue, an older girl whom Charlie does not like, has a little bit of everything with meth teeth, a bad...

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