Heather, the Totality - THREE Summary & Analysis

Matthew Weiner
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At the beginning of Chapter Three, Heather was entering puberty. Heather and Karen began to fight a lot. Heather began requesting coffee during her breakfasts with Mark and he worried that this was similar to the beginnings of his sister’s fatal eating disorder. Heather became an expert at making coffee. For Christmas, Karen bought Mark an expensive coffee machine that only she was able to use.

The narrative switches to Bobby who was released from prison after three and a half years. He returned to live with his mother and her boyfriend, who was also a drug addict. Bobby’s parole officer helped him get his old job back at the lumberyard and encouraged him to save his wages so that he could move out of his mom’s place, which was becoming increasingly violent and unstable.

At work, Bobby watched any women...

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