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Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 13-14 Summary

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Chapters 13-14 Summary

In chapter 13, Sarah Byrnes runs away from the hospital before her father can take her home and begins staying with Ms. Lemry and her husband. Sarah Byrnes returns to school, perhaps under the assumption that her father would not make a scene in such a public place. In CAT class, the discussion on abortion continues, but this time Mr. Mautz is watching. As Brittain continues to express his belief that abortion is murder and all babies have a right to life, Sarah Byrnes decides to challenge him. Sarah Byrnes asks if a baby whose mother knows her child is in mortal danger from her spouse should be born; Brittain insists it should. Sarah Byrnes continues to push Brittain until he explodes and accuses her of hiding behind her disfigurement. This explosion causes Jody to confess to the entire class that she had an abortion at...

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