The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks - The Suicide Club Summary & Analysis

E. Lockhart
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The Suicide Club Summary

Ms. Jensson is attempting to rouse student interest for term papers, and Frankie reads an article about the Suicide Club of San Francisco. They take their name from a Robert Louis Stevenson short story about a small society of people who have agreed to kill themselves due to social restrictions. The San Franciscans club has nothing to do with suicide, but the abandon of restrictions. It is later renamed the Cacophony Society. They have a number of points, including going to places where they cannot be watched, and doing things to infuriate watchers.

She writes the paper about them. Among the things they do is break into abandoned buildings and dress as clowns for work commutes in the morning.

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Frankie learns more about groups and societies that break rules or play harmless pranks -or both...

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