The Best Little Girl in the World - Chapters 23 through 25 Summary & Analysis

Steven Levenkron
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Chapters 23 through 25 Summary

Myrna delivers lunch trays and helps other patients as soon as she's released from her punishment. Francesca argues that if Myrna is so strong, why is she still in the hospital. Though Myrna argues the points, Francesca seems to be seeing anorexia through the eyes of another. Later, Francesca looks anxiously at herself in the mirror and says that she is ugly. She says that she deserves to look this way because she is "ugly on the inside".

Francesca later talks to Sandy about Myrna, and Sandy says he can't help Francesca solve her evolving problems with Myrna, but that he'll continue to talk with Francesca about it whenever she wants. Armed with that assurance, Francesca goes to talk with Myrna. Francesca says she's through with being sick and has come to the conclusion that Myrna isn't really sick. Francesca says...

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