Shark Girl - Section 3: Part One, pages 34-49 Summary & Analysis

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Section 3: Part One, pages 34-49 Summary

When Jane "Dreams" about dogs and alligators biting her arm off, Dr. Kim explains that amputees' brain often use dreams to explain the pain. Though the doctor, therapist and physical therapist work together in "Team Play" to put Jane back together, she feels she is the one who cannot do anything, so they should give their best to someone who deserves it more than she does. Jane thinks that things would be easier "If Only" this had never happened. In "It's Not Art", Mom offers Jane the opportunity to draw using her laptop and new software, but left alone to try it, Jane is unhappy with the lifeless giraffe that emerges on the screen. Instead, she draws on a gum wrapper, and though the giraffe is crooked and uncertain, it is better than the computer...

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