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Picture Perfect Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Two Summary

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Chapter Two Summary

Will has taken the woman to the ER, and she is still unable to remember anything. She is discharged with Will, who says he is from LAPD. The woman does not feel married, but she has a wedding band. She trusts Will to take her to his house so she can rest. Will wishes he could discard his past as easily as she has.

The Sioux in earlier days would cut off a woman's nose for adultery, which seems odd, because they did not understand the concept of ownership when it came to land, money, food or clothing.

"Jane" Doe is pretty in a simple way. Will recalls his white mother bailing his father out of jail, calling him one of her employees. He learned that his father had only tried to help someone, but was unfairly discriminated against by the police. Will leaves for...

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