Such a Pretty Girl - Chapters Five and Six Summary & Analysis

Laura Wiess
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Chapters Five and Six Summary

In Chapter Five, Meredith explains the way that Andy's room smells like roses although there is no source for the scent. The Mueses believe the scent is a gift from God. A three-foot oaken Madonna that Mrs. Mues believes will one day cure her son stands next to his nightstand. Mrs. Mues believes that her son's cure will come through a victim soul, a pious individual chosen to endure the pain and suffering of others. Mrs. Mues also believes that the condo coming open for rent right after Andy's accident as well as their immediate bond to one another were both acts of divine intervention.

Meredith describes the day when she and Andy first met one another. She had been outside burning the letters her father had sent her from jail, a ritual that she does each...

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