The Best Little Girl in the World - Chapters 10 through 13 Summary & Analysis

Steven Levenkron
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Chapters 10 through 13 Summary

Francesca loses an additional two pounds and her mother, seeing her without clothes for the first time in some months, is fearful and makes another appointment with Dr. Gordon. Francesca panics along the way because of her temptation to purchase food from the various vendors and is forty-five minutes late. Dr. Gordon, noting that Francesca now weighs seventy-three pounds, arranges for weekly appointments and says that she would put Francesca directly in the hospital except that she also plans to set up an appointment with a psychologist. The psychologist's name is Sandy Sherman and he has told Dr. Gordon that he's currently treating two anorexic girls, and that he's had some success with one.

Sandy Sherman is vastly different from Dr. Smith. Francesca is interested and fearful of a bond that begins to develop almost immediately. After only a few appointments...

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