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Necessary Targets Chapter Summary & Analysis - Scenes 7, 8 and 9 Summary

Eve Ensler
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Scenes 7, 8 and 9 Summary

Scene 7: All the women (the Bosnian refugees and the American interviewers) have gathered for a therapy session. The Bosnian women drink coffee and listen with varying degrees of interest or resentment as Azra talks weepily about having been driven from her farm home and separated from her beloved Blossom. Zlata comments cynically as Melissa records Azra's story (see "Quotes," p. 50), Nuna distracts J.S. by asking insistent questions about life in America, and Melissa and J.S. argue politely about how the session should proceed. At one point Nuna asks J.S. why she isn't drinking any of the strong coffee on the table. J.S. says she quit, and Nuna comments that, "Americans are always quitting things." As Seada enjoys standing in the sun (see "Quotes," p. 54), Nuna reveals that she's really upset that J.S. hasn't really...

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