The Broken Bridge - Chapter 12, A Journey Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12, A Journey Summary

Ginny analyzes and draws the jacket from every angle. The greatest source of confusion for her is her Freudian slip. What does it mean? Is the jacket a symbol of her mother if she is the baby? Ginny does not know what to do with the jacket and she does not understand what Baron Samedi wants with it.

Later in the day, Ginny bickers with Robert. Ginny thinks Robert rude for rolling his eyes at their father's suggestion they go boating. "As soon as Dad had left, she turned on Robert like a tiger" (p. 147). She admonishes Robert because their Dad is only thinking of his son when he invites them for activities. The two argue vehemently, saying hateful things to one another. Ginny broods the remainder of the day.

The next day, Wendy Stevens calls to tell Ginny...

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