The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks - Monster Summary & Analysis

E. Lockhart
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Monster Summary

Frankie meets Porter for lunch. She feels insecure, the way she did when she found out that Porter had been cheating on her. Porter tells Frankie not to let Matthew take advantage of her. This angers Frankie, who lashes out at Porter, who leaves. Frankie feels better, and worse, for acting like a monster.

Monster Analysis

Frankie's insecurity again rises to the surface when she meets Porter, who warns her against Matthew. She feels insecure because of what Porter did to her, and Porter's warnings about Matthew further unnerve Frankie. She lases out at Porter because of this. She is not as emotionally mature as she believes herself to be.

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