Nothing to See Here - Pages 202 – 254 Summary & Analysis

Kevin Wilson
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In her anger, Lillian directly confronts Madison about the betrayal that Lillian suffered at the hands of Madison’s parents. Lillian states outright that Madison’s parents bribed Lillian’s mother to make sure Lillian would be expelled from school instead of Madison. Madison shows no sympathy; she says that Lillian would not have had a successful life even if she had graduated from the preparatory school. Lillian then says to Madison, “I was in love with you…And I’m still kind of in love with you” (204). Madison then seems to imply that she may also have had romantic feelings towards Lillian, but that a homosexual relationship would have obstructed her ambitions. Madison says a vague apology before leaving. Lillian then goes into the guest house. She and the twins say that they wish the three of them could stay together. Bessie then...

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