Girls on Fire: A Novel - Us: July-October 1992 (Dex: Paper Cuts, Lacey: Endless, Nameless, Dex: About a Girl, Lacey: Smells Like Teen Spirit). Summary & Analysis

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The first chapter of the third section is “Dex: Paper Cuts,” and it is told from Dex’s perspective. Dex tried to piece together the night at the party, but all she knew for certain was that she had not had sex. Lacey was gone and rumors had spread about Dex. She quit going to school and started to understand how someone could kill themselves. She read her favorite old books and wrote Lacey letters she stored in a box. One day, she went outside and found her father smoking. He admitted that he had seen Lacey that night, and that sometimes they talked.

Dex tried to reach Lacey, but she never answered. One day, however, she got a call from Nikki. When she refused to talk to...

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