The Bricks That Built the Houses - Chapter 2: Marshall Law Summary & Analysis

Kate Tempest
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A year before the action in Chapter 1, Becky is attending a trendy party in North London. She is older than many of the other dancers at the event, but also has a degree in dance. Becky feels out of place in a room that is full of people like her friend Aisha, a woman who has the “brutal, unnerving confidence of a twenty-one-year-old” (14). Still, Becky needs to be at the party to make new connections; she wants to continue working in the music videos she has been making for years, even though these music videos are not Becky’s primary interest in dance. Aisha asks Becky about working with Marshall Law, a famous choreographer with whom she has collaborated several times. Becky tells Aisha working with Marshall was “really exciting,” but nothing could be further from the truth (17). Becky really thinks working...

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