So Much to Tell You - Fab. 6- March 12 Summary & Analysis

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Fab. 6- March 12 Summary

Marina begins her diary three days after arriving at her new school. She was at a hospital before that, recovering from an incident which left her face disfigured. She was on many wards during her recovery, most recently the psychiatric ward. As a result of the incident, Marina gave up speaking. She believes her mother has sent her to Warrington Boarding School because she cannot handle Marina's silence.

Marina enjoys her schoolwork and she loves English class in particular. Marina's teacher has assigned the homework of writing in a journal daily. Marina discovers that she enjoys this. She describes the world of her new school. She is in the Third Form and she lives in a dorm with eight other girls. Marina's chosen sport is Tennis, and though she goes to practice, which is compulsory, she just sits on...

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