My Education - 1992 - Section 3, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

Choi, Susan
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pp. 119 – 152. In narration, Regina describes how Dutra and Martha developed an intense, frequently indulged rivalry over playing pool in a bar, and how she felt profoundly excluded. One day, while they are playing, she takes Martha’s car to get some food. When she gets out of the car, she is shocked to find Brodeur standing there: he recognized the car, he says, and followed it. He then tells Regina to follow him back to the apartment where he is now living after Martha asked him to move out. At the large, empty apartment, Regina becomes upset when she finds out that the move happened while she and Martha were in New York, acknowledging to both herself and to Brodeur that Martha did not tell her. She tearfully confesses, when asked, that she loves Martha, and becomes even more upset when Brodeur...

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