Requiem for a Dream: A Novel - Chapter Three, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Three, Part 2 Summary

Sara sits at home in her viewing chair in her red dress but the shoulders of the dress fall off because she can't close the zipper because she is too large. Sara makes up her mind to go to the library for diet books. Meanwhile, she eats chocolates and stands in front of the mirror imagining herself fitting into the dress and walking on the television stage all in red, including her hair. When they ask her name she will tell them she is Little Red Riding Hood.

Chapter Three, Part 2 Analysis

The reader is given the first real glimpse into Sara's loneliness. "Maybe it wasn't perfect, maybe a little polish got on the fingers and it looked a little lumpy, but who would notice? Who did she have to polish her nails for? Who did she have to...

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