My Education - 1992 - Section 4 Summary & Analysis

Choi, Susan
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pp. 192 – 212. In the aftermath of her breakup with Martha, Regina spends much of her time getting regularly and deeply drunk. On one such occasion, Martha appears at the bar and takes Regina out for food: Regina, it seems, is virtually starving herself. They argue bitterly about what happened, with Martha saying that a relationship with such an age difference would never work. The confrontation turns physical, and is interrupted by the arrival of a pair of police officers, who threaten Regina with arrest and then let her and Martha go.

Regina continues her drunken partying, at one point showing up at a gathering in the apartment next to Brodeur’s. The party is too crowded and uncomfortable for Regina, and she takes refuge in an upstairs bedroom. There, she finds a bottle of Scotch and Brodeur’s phone number: the apartment belongs to...

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