I, Tina - Study Guide Chapter 13: Independence Day Summary & Analysis

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After sixteen years of hell, Tina finally feels free. Nate, the first friend she stays with after her escape, calls Ike and lets him know that Tina wants a divorce. Ike threatens Nate and his family so Tina moves on. Tina moves from place to place over the next several months, paying her "rent" by cleaning her friends' houses since she has no money. The women she stays with all say chants with her which helps to calm her. Ike finds out where she is and has one of her old Ikette friends try to convince her to talk to Ike who's waiting outside. Tina calls the police who forces him to leave. Tina agrees to meet him over coffee but she is adamant—she is not coming back and he is scared realizing he's lost her. Ike, Jr., observes...

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