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Sweet Tooth - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Serena and Shirley remained friends after their spat, but Serena felt a wedge had been driven between them. Serena hoped that through further exposure at the Service Shirley’s harsh opinions of the government would soften. One night soon after their cleaning assignment, they met at a pub where Shirley revealed that she had been “sacked”. Shirley told Serena to smile and act normal and that she was being watched – not Shirley. They’d probably been in her room.

Shirley confessed that Nutting had called her upstairs and asked her about Serena. He wanted to know what they talked about. They convinced her to start an argument about politics with Serena to learn her true political leanings. Although Serena had showed her support for the government at the last minute Shirley pulled out of the deal. She didn’t want to report back on...

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