Shark Girl - Section 11: Part Three, pages 195-211 Summary & Analysis

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Section 11: Part Three, pages 195-211 Summary

As Part Three begins, Mom gets stuck in traffic on "Storm Watch Tuesday", and instead of fixing herself cereal, Jane decides to make herself scrambled eggs and toast. Though it is difficult and does not come out perfectly, she is proud of herself as she sits to eat, and she knows that next time will be easier. Mom is also proud of Jane when she returns in "Rain", and though she offers to do the dishes, Jane insists on doing them herself because she knows Mom cannot wash her dishes for the rest of her life. Jane believes her "Cup" would overflow with love if she could create an animal whose eyes stared back into her own. Jane fantasizes about how things could be with Max in "Our Story" before returning to reality. When Jane...

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