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Kissing Doorknobs Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 5-6 Summary

Terry Spencer Hesser
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Chapters 5-6 Summary

In Chapter 5, Keesha does not let Tara walk alone to catechism class, and calls her Count Taracula to make fun of her. When Tara thinks "Keesha is an a**hole" the thought replicates, and she thinks Sister Margaret is, even God is. Now she is afraid of her thoughts for real, and feels the need to go to confession.

In Chapter 6, in fear of her sinful thoughts, Tara says that she begins to study religion. She begins to pray for people who curse, but this irritates her mother, who gets angry with her, and even threatens to kill her.

Tara's mother complains that the catechism is making Tara like this, but her father says that she herself is not acting very saintly in how she is dealing with her daughter. Tara asks her sister Greta if she is crazy, and Greta says she doesn't know...

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