Orange Is the New Black - Chapters 7-9 Summary & Analysis

Piper Kerman
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Chapter 7 began with Piper observing the many opportunities available for religion and worship at Danbury. In her experiences, however, most of the worshipping prisoerns made much more of a show of their prayer than was necessary, leaving Piper with an air of skepticism and annoyance.

When Easter arrived, Piper found that the holiday was celebrated communally between the inmates. The kitchen prepared a large feast and all were welcome to share in the festivities, making them feel more at home.

Nina’s departure for the extensive drug program marked a much sadder event for Piper. As the first true friend Piper experienced the loss of, Nina's leaving struck Piper very powerfully. Piper also began growing closer to Pop, beginning to see her as a mentor and source of strength while trying to retain her sense of self behind bars. She also learned more...

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