Life on the Outside: The Prison Odyssey of Elaine Bartlett - Part 3, Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Gonnerman
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Part 3, Chapter 29 Summary

Elaine moves into Apache's. She is not allowed to apply for public housing due to her criminal record, yet she is allowed to reside in an occupied unit, another "ridiculous" flaw in the system. She starts thinking about the man she believed was her father, Ronald Winslow Bartlett. Ronald Windsor was the white man Yvonne was with whom Elaine believed to be her father, but Frank Bartlett was her actual father. Yvonne made a combination of both, and when Elaine finds her birth certificate with father listed as Fred Bartlett she didn't know what to think.

A lot of people tell Elaine to obtain a smaller apartment, then move up. She cannot leave without her children no matter how old they are, and she continues to be frustrated with the fact that her A-1 felony status prohibits her from applying for...

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