God Help the Child - Part One, Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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At this point, Bride is on the mend. She is healing well, but is still out of work on sick leave. She goes back and forth in this chapter over several issues. First, she says it’s good to work from home, though she mostly still has power. Then, she claims that she’s bored and lonely. Next, she thinks of Booker and says, “Maybe he is right. I am not the woman.” Then she reverses position, saying, “I don’t want to think about him now. Or how empty, how trivial and lifeless everything seems now.” She doesn’t waver, however, about her friendship with Brooklyn. Even though Brooklyn is doing her job and sometimes overrides her decisions, she still has Bride’s back and is the only person she can trust.

Bride is absolutely shocked at Sofia Huxley’s reaction...

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