Lies We Tell Ourselves - Part Three: Lies 15 – 17 Summary & Analysis

Talley, Robin
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In Lie 15, the novel returns to Sarah’s point of view. Sarah runs home and chastises herself for her sinful action. She worries that Linda or Judy will tell people about the kiss. Ruth questions why Sarah is acting strange. Sarah locks herself in the bathroom. She thinks about fixing her problem by finding a boyfriend, then starts crying. She worries that people can see what is wrong with her as soon as they glance at her and wonders if she should see a doctor, but does not want her parents to know. She feels that the Devil has ruined her life. Then, she vacates the bathroom so her little brother Bobby can use it. She hopes if she prays to God that He will fix her. She vows to never see Linda again. Sarah believes she should start thinking about finding...

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