Shark Girl - Section 4: Part One, pages 50-68 Summary & Analysis

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Section 4: Part One, pages 50-68 Summary

Jane frequently dreams of her two-armed "Self" drawing, and she sketches when Mom goes to lunch, but she always hides it, planning to show her work only once she is pleased with it again. Jane wishes someone would just admit she is a mess instead of praising her bravery in "Invisible". When Jane meets "Justin" in physical therapy, she decides that she likes the younger kid since he does not bombard her with questions about the shark attack. Mom wants Jane to "Try to Acknowledge" each time she moves better because she is progressing, and Lindsey praises Mom also for doing so well. In "Private Affair", Mom begins therapy with Mel to talk about what happened, and Jane laments that her accident has affected Mom's life as well as her own. In "Pinned Up", Justin...

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