She Said Yes: The Unlikely Martyrdom of Cassie Bernall - Chapters 7 - 8 Summary & Analysis

Misty Bernall
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Chapters 7 - 8 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 7 - dying we live

Within a day of the shootings at the high school, people began to call Cassie the "martyr of Littleton." They did this after hearing about her exchange with the boys who killed her. Her mother didn't know how to feel about that. According to its dictionary meaning, it was appropriate to call her a martyr. Still, her mom saw her as a typical teen. She was very proud of her daughter for not caving in to the killers and for sticking up for her morals. She wondered what she herself would have done in that situation. Still, she felt that her daughter would have hated being held up as an example.

Misty highlighted some of the other students who had stood up for their faith including Valeen Schnurr and Rachel Scott. That day, there...

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