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Section 4: pages 52-68 Summary

On Friday, May 2, at midnight in the loft, Mia should have known things were going too well to be true. While she was in the ladies' room, Rommel, Grandmere's toy poodle, escaped from Grandmere's purse, causing chaos since the restaurant's patrons thought he was a large rat, and he eventually tripped a busboy who spilled lobster bisque on Grandmere. Mia believes Grandmere deserved it for bringing a dog to her birthday dinner; however, the busboy, Jangbu, was fired, and Mia's arguments with Grandmere and the maître d' were in vain. Mia feels guilty since Jangbu lost his job because she was born. She is sure he wishes she was not born, and she cannot blame him. In Algebra on Friday, May 2, the news about Grandmere and the incident is all over the city, and Lilly tells Mia that...

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