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Story of a Girl Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 3, Chapters 4, 5 and 6 Summary

Sara Zarr
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Part 3, Chapters 4, 5 and 6 Summary

One night at Picasso's, Tommy invites "Dee Dee", as he calls Deanna, to stay with him after the restaurant closes and smoke some marijuana. This causes Deanna to remember the occasion when she first felt drawn to him - one night at home, when Tommy had been visiting Darren, caught her trying on makeup, told her that it looked trashy, and that he liked girls looking clean. That night, she comments in narration, was the first time she felt like anyone was really paying attention to her. Back at work, still feeling drawn to him, Deanna rejects his advances again, supported by Michael. That night, Deanna writes about her feelings in her journal, giving her thoughts to the surfer girl and determined that her memories of Tommy would no longer affect her, but remembering, in spite of herself, how it felt to belong...

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