Life on the Outside: The Prison Odyssey of Elaine Bartlett - Part 3, Chapter 25 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Gonnerman
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Part 3, Chapter 25 Summary

Elaine moves in with sister Michelle again and shows up at South Forty for a review with George. She looks rough with circles under her eyes and her hair pulled up in a clip instead of neatly done. George realizes that if Elaine is ever going to get a decent chance at staying out of prison, he needs to do something. She has an interview for a counseling job and was extremely early. George asks her to write a thank you note to the employer. She hands George the note, written in pencil on school paper. He asks his assistant to type it up for her and proceeds to dial telephone numbers to cheap, temporary housing options to get Elaine a decent place to stay. George finds Elaine a place at the local YMCA. It is nice and clean. Elaine is...

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