God Help the Child - Part One, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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In this chapter, told from Bride's viewpoint, the reader sees that she is still sticking to the ruse that she experienced an attempted rape. Brooklyn decides to get her out in public, but not somewhere that Bride will be intimidated by men. At dinner, Bride announces to Brooklyn that she wants to get away somewhere on a cruise ship. Brooklyn convinces her that she doesn’t need to make any plans “until this rape stuff wears off.” Bride decides to confess to Brooklyn that she was not attacked by a would-be rapist. She even admits that it was a woman who beat her. Brooklyn coaxes the whole story out of Bride. She doesn’t understand why Bride would worry about a woman who would hurt children and why she is surprised that the woman she put in jail would want to beat...

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