Out of My Mind - Study Guide Chapters 1-6 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 1, although surrounded by words, Melody cannot speak.

In Chapter 2, Melody cannot walk, talk, feed herself, or take herself to the bathroom, all things that bother her. However, she can work a television remote and move her wheelchair. Melody often watches videos her father has made of her over the years. She sees worry on her parents' faces and sadness as she grows and she is unable to do many of things other children can do. Despite her body's stiffness and often uncontrolled movements, her mind works. She loves music, she even sees colors when she listens to it. Her favorite type of music is country and she loves a song called Elvira. However, she cannot express this to her mother, so they often listen to her mother's favorite classical music.

In Chapter 3, Melody can remember often falling onto the floor as a child...

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