Lisa, Bright and Dark - Chapters 21 and 22 (Pages 131 - 143) Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 21 and 22 (Pages 131 - 143) Summary

In chapter twenty-one, Betsy realizes that there is very little anyone can do for Lisa if Lisa does not want help. Because of Mrs. Shilling, Lisa is beyond the help of her three closest friends.

Dr. Donovan meets with Mr. Bernstein. Betsy wonders how productive their meeting will be. Later, Dr. Donovan has dinner with Betsy and the Goodman family. Mr. Goodman tells Dr. Donovan of his personal experiences with Lisa Shilling. The next morning, Betsy, Elizabeth, M.N. and Dr. Donovan learn that Lisa was hospitalized for taking an overdose of pills.

Mr. Goodman agrees to call Mr. Shilling and tell him about Dr. Donovan. This episode would surely open Mr. and Mrs. Shilling's eyes to Lisa's pain and suffering. Dr. Donovan tells the girls that Lisa is not in any danger. The three girls and...

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