The Adoration of Jenna Fox - California through Remembering (pg. 3 - 28) Summary & Analysis

Mary E. Pearson
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In "California," Jenna Fox sits with her mother, watching a presidential speech, lamenting that she doesn't know anything of how to make proper facial expressions. She also notes that Lily, her grandmother, seems to hate her. She used to call her Nana, she learns. In "Awareness", Jenna discusses a time in blackness where she cannot see, hear, feel, touch, or taste, but is aware of darkness and silence that makes her wish to die.

In "Waking," Jenna reveals she has woken two weeks ago from a year long coma, resulting from an accident. For the first few days, her body and mind flailed uncontrollably, but settled eventually. She began to be able to walk, move, and speak over the course of a few days, with her father always near her. Lily laments that Jenna's gait is still not natural...

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