The 57 Bus - Part 4, Justice; Department 11 - Some Gender-Neutrality Milestones Summary & Analysis

Dashka Slater
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“Department 11” is an entire chapter describing the courtroom that serves as a clearing house for cases that will eventually be heard somewhere else. Like the other descriptive chapters, this one is written in present tense and does not directly mention Richard or any of the other people involved in the story.

The next chapter is “Maybe.” Sasha prepared to move to the MIT campus in August. Sasha was a little worried, saying it had been easy to find like-minded people in Oakland and that it might be more difficult at MIT. Sasha was recovered from the physical trauma, and felt no emotional scars from the attack. Sasha said the outpouring of support helped. The chapter ends with Sasha saying, “I felt like one person hates me – maybe” (248).

In “Suitcase,” Sasha packed for the move, including skirts, hats, and...

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