Life on the Outside: The Prison Odyssey of Elaine Bartlett - Part 3, Chapter 33 Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Gonnerman
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Part 3, Chapter 33 Summary

Elaine attends more rallies with Randy Credico. On the way home from one rally the bus driver gets lost and they end up coming home hours. Attending and talking at these rallies is therapeutic for Elaine. In front of the Queens County Courthouse, Elaine gives one of her strongest speeches. She always speaks extemporaneously. She speaks of how she spent sixteen years for a first offense and should have been handed anything except that. They could have put her on probation or something else. When she finishes she receives great praise from the audience. She holds a poster with Nathan's picture on it and smiles at her accomplishment. Donna Charles, a friend from prison granted clemency just a month earlier, shows up at the rally. They hug and have lunch for the first time together outside of prison walls. Elaine tells...

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