Shark Girl - Section 7: Part Two, pages 111-131 Summary & Analysis

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Section 7: Part Two, pages 111-131 Summary

In "Adrift", Jane refuses to go to a support group for amputees, and thinking about the positive websites she has found, she decides everyone who claims to be okay is pretending since able-bodied people also pretend all the time. She wonders where she belongs in humanity. When Jane goes to the grocery store with Mom in "Take a Picture", she is very uncomfortable with everyone staring at her, and in "Forever", she feels nauseous to know that she is the one that everyone stares at now like she used to stare at people missing a limb. In "Fat", Jane does not want to discuss whether she will draw again with Angie and Trina, so she is much more comfortable when they discuss Angie's belief that she is overweight. Jane sticks her stump in a jar...

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