God Help the Child - Part Four, Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

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As Bride leaves Steve and Evelyn’s home, she continues her journey to find Booker. She is amazed and puzzled by the people living in squalor up and down the roads: “Bride wasn’t feeling superior to the tiny, melancholy houses and mobile homes on each side of the road, just puzzled.” She can’t imagine Booker living here.

While driving, she can’t stop thinking about the changes in her body over the past few months. Although the changes have stopped occurring, she is concerned at the loss of her menstrual cycle, “…at least two, maybe three months.” She has been overwhelmed at the various changes in her body. She feels like a different person: “Flat-chested and without underarm or pubic hair, pierced ears and stable weight, she tried and failed to forget what she believed was her crazed transformation back...

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