How Should a Person Be? - Act Three, Chapter 1, Two Spiders – Act Three, Chapter 13, Destiny Rears Its Ugly Head Summary & Analysis

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Act Three, Chapter 1, Two Spiders – A few weeks pass. Sheila and Margaux repair their friendship. Margaux recalls how, when she and Sheila were roommates, they found a daddy-longlegs spider in their bathroom. Rather than kill it, they let it live and left the bathroom shut all the time. Sheila even became affectionate toward it. But one night, she the door was left open. In the morning, the spider was beside Sheila, who smashed it without thinking twice about it because the boundary—the bathroom door—had been removed. Margaux explains she needs boundaries too, and the yellow dress was such a boundary.

Act Three, Chapter 2, They Wander the City on Drugs – Sheila reflects on the past, on a night where hard partying doing cocaine lead to a routine of the same thing...

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