Hope Was Here - Chapters 7 and 8 Summary & Analysis

Joan Bauer
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Chapters 7 and 8 Summary

Chapter 7

Hope was unpacked and settled in her new room. It was nice but it didn't feel like home. She recalled how she felt in the different cities she lived in. She glanced at her boxing gloves—an unusual item for a girl. She had learned to box when she was just eleven. Addie had encouraged her. She knew instinctively that Hope needed a way to vent her anger. Although Hope never fought with anyone, she remembered really pounding away on the punching bag.

Hope looked at her "Dads" scrapbook. Over the years, she had clipped pictures in magazines of men who looked like fathers. They were usually smiling and holding a child's hand. She had a fantasy conversation with her "dad," telling him she was having a hard time adjusting to her life in Wisconsin. Hope was at work...

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