God Help the Child - Part Four, Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

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After being gone for over a month, Bride sends Brooklyn a note from Steve and Evelyn’s home. She doesn’t say what happened, where she’s been, where she is, or where she plans to go. She only says that she had to run away because things are falling apart, except with her [Brooklyn]. Unbeknownst to Bride, Brooklyn has no sympathy for her. She calls her “Beautiful dumb bitch.”

Brooklyn has no compassion toward Bride’s feelings because she, herself, has lived a hard life. She believes that she can read what people want even before they want it. Brooklyn claims that she saw Bride’s behavior coming, and the only time she has ever misread anyone was the one time she tried to get into bed with Booker. She says that was a mistake.

Brooklyn talks about how she ran...

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