Tell Me Three Things - Chapter 1 - 4 Summary & Analysis

Buxbaum, Julie
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Chapter 1 begins with the narrator, a junior in high school who has just moved to Los Angeles with her father and his new wife two years after the death of her mother, describing an email she receives a week into the school year. The email is from an anonymous male classmate who tells her that he will remain anonymous to her throughout the year, but will act as a kind of guide over email as she navigates the difficulties of her new private school. Jessie, the narrator, responds that she is not interested in a guide, but the two nonetheless develop a rapport over a series of emails. After their exchange, Jessie reflects on her personality in reality compared to online, and laments that she thinks of herself as weak and unresolved.

In the beginning of Chapter 2, Jessie recalls her first day at...

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