My Education - 1992 – Section 2, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

Choi, Susan
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pp. 86 – 118. Regina tells Dutra, when he returns from New York, that she has fallen in love with, and started spending time with, the woman from the farmer’s market. He becomes excitedly insistent that he meet her, and Regina makes the arrangements, setting up a rendezvous at a remote dance bar in an area of the city where Martha is unlikely to be recognized. Martha seems relaxed, hitting it off with Dutra and comfortably dancing with Regina even though they are referred to as dykes by a couple of disgruntled men. When Martha drives Regina home, an argument develops over Regina’s determination to not be talked down to, and what she sees as Martha’s need to define their relationship as an escape. For her part, Martha comments on how demanding Regina’s love seems to be. She also reveals her belief...

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