Lucy - Chapter 2, Mariah Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Mariah Summary

In March, Mariah asks Lucy if she has ever seen spring. But Lucy had not. She recalls memorizing a poem in school at home, reciting it and being complimented for it. Lucy hated the experience and decided she would forget the poem. And she had, until Mariah brought up spring. Mariah was sad when there was a snowstorm on the first day of spring. Lucy could not understand why she was sad about something so out of her control.

Lucy tells the reader that she used to store letters in her bra from her loved ones but did so out of hatred. Her mother's letter to her told her of horrible and vicious things happening at home, such as murder in a train Lucy's mother rode on. Lucy recalls a schoolmate of hers, whose father "had dealings with the Devil." When...

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