Rabbit Cake - Chapter 19 - 23 Summary & Analysis

Hartnett, Annie
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Lizzie is a much different person since returning from St. Cloud’s. Most of the day, she sleeps on the couch. She stays on top of chores like washing the dishes and cleaning out Ernest’s cage. She is not sleepwalking, which Elvis’s knows since she gets up in the middle of the night to check on Lizzie. Elvis begins a new routine of her own. She joins the after school enrichment program at the Serengeti Park Zoo, per Ms. Bernstein’s request to her father that “kids with after school activities were less likely to fall into a depression” (118). Most of the kids in the program are older than Elvis--16 and 17 year olds--and ordered there by a judge. They ignore Elvis, which is okay with her, because it gives her an opportunity to sneak off and go to her favorite exhibits...

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