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Sharp Objects - Chapters 13-14 Summary & Analysis

Gillian Flynn
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Chapter 13

Once the girls start coming down off of the drugs they took, they head home and tell Adora they have come down with a case of food poisoning. Adora flies into actions, assuming the role of loving and caring parent. Through her haze, Camille begins to suspect that many years ago, Adora purposely kept her older sister, Marian, sick, too. This is only heightened when she refuses her mother's help later on in the day and her mother chastises her saying that she was the same way as a child, never letting her take care of her like Marian used to do.

Camille recovers, though Amma is still 'sick', and decides to go see Jackie, an old friend who had a falling out with Adora. Jackie had been their babysitter many years before, and had helped her mother take care of Marian...

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