God Help the Child - Part Two, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Bride decides to leave town without telling Brooklyn to search for the small town of Whiskey, CA. She hopes to discover Booker there with the help of whoever Q. Olive may be. Booker made her feel safe, and without him, she feels vulnerable as she did in her mother’s home as a child. She thinks about all of the rules and punishments received in that home. Bride blames Booker for her misery in life. She can’t understand why he left her. She is reverting to her childhood mannerisms, like not fighting back or even defending herself, against Sofia’s attack. Bride sees her journey to find Booker as a way to stand up to him and prove her strength because she was “too weak, too scared to defy Sweetness, or the landlord, or Sofia Huxley…” Upon reaching Booker, Bride plans...

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