Shark Girl - Section 9: Part Two, pages 156-179 Summary & Analysis

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Section 9: Part Two, pages 156-179 Summary

Jane overhears her classmates' "Whispers" about her shark attack and amputation. Her classmates stare at her arm as Angie and Trina comment on Jane's new haircut in "I Could Run Away, But Then What?", and she moves her shoulder out of sight in "Shark Girl" as two girls stare and whisper. Jane feels that being in "Art Class" is "like showing a dead person her lost life, and all she missed. It's cruel" (page 159). In "The Hallway Encounter That Leaves Me Weak in the Knees", Jane is astounded when Max Shannon catches a book she drops and apologizes for bothering her. Though she knows he would not talk to her if she was not Shark Girl, she is still happy and flattered. In "Love", Jane is eager to remove Chuck when she returns home. She...

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