Good in Bed - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Weiner
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Chapter 6 Summary

Cannie is remembering her childhood, and is specifically thinking about her father. She remembers that he loved her once, but that at some point he became a bitter, insulting man for whom nothing was ever good enough. He constantly criticized Cannie's appearance and also insulted Cannie's younger siblings, Josh and Lucy. Cannie's father left when Cannie was twelve to live with a twenty-seven-year-old woman. Two days later, he moved back. Cannie pinpoints this as the moment he stopped loving them. Cannie coped with this by trying to be invisible through her teens. When Cannie was eighteen, her father left for good and he re-married and had two more children. He insisted that Cannie attend Princeton or he would not pay her tuition fees, which forced Cannie to attend Princeton instead of the college she wanted. Ironically, the money her father gave her was...

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