Life on the Outside: The Prison Odyssey of Elaine Bartlett - Part 4, Chapter 36 Summary & Analysis

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Part 4, Chapter 36 Summary

Shortly after Jamel is given a parole officer, they change officers on him. He liked the first woman, but does not like the second. He also has to attend drug counseling, which Elaine has to convince him to go to. Jamel say he is not going to this new parole officer. She is trying to get him to give her names of drug sellers. He knows it brings a death sentence to tell on anyone, so he would rather go back to prison and finish his two years. Elaine calls a meeting with Arturo Smith (his drug counselor), Tisha and Jamel to resolve the matter.

Part 4, Chapter 36 Analysis

Elaine assumes her parental role with a vengence, bound and determined to persuade Jamel to stay out of prison.

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