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Jinx Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 3-4 Summary

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Chapters 3-4 Summary

In chapter 3, Jean continues to interact with her cousin, Tory, or Torrance as she prefers to be called, and her friends Shawn, Chanelle, Robert, Gretchen, Lindsay and Zach. Jean discusses feeling uncomfortable in the setting and she experiences tense interactions not only with Tory but between Tory and her friends. Jean notes how Tory has changed in the last five years, going from chubby, blonde and fun to dark-haired, thin, sarcastic and serious. Throughout the chapter, Tory and her friends are in the gazebo smoking cigarettes, marijuana, drinking alcohol and making deals for prescription pills and other drugs. Jean discusses her struggle to adapt to this new culture. Jean also identifies having a crush on Zach, an older boy that does not appear to use drugs and alcohol and is described as a 4.0 student. Zach seems to take an interest in Jean as well and...

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