Luckiest Girl Alive - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Jessica Knoll
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In Chapter 2, Ani goes back in time to her high school years to describe how her mother talked about how rich and influential the Main Line was during the year between her eighth and ninth grade years in school. Ani had attended an all-girls Catholic school up to that point. It was because she smoked weed with her friend Leah that Ani was sent to The Bradley School, a school on the Main Line. She believed it was on the day she first attended that school that her real education began.

Because Ani had a shape she described as a “Marilyn Monroe body since the fifth grade” (24) and then had the incident with drugs, the parents of her fellow classmates at her Catholic School had decided she was a bad influence. She went from being the most popular of the students to the least...

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