The Girl Who Fell From the Sky - Part II, pgs. 235-250 Summary & Analysis

Heidi W. Durrow
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Summary

The first chapter in this section is narrated by Rachel. She arrives home to find both her Grandma and Drew waiting for her. Drew tells her that Brick had called because he was worried. Rachel tries to walk away but Drew calls her back telling her that she is not doing herself any good by doing what she was doing that night. It is when Grandma advises Rachel not to “act like trash like your mama” (237) that the imaginary blue bottle inside Rachel explodes. She tells her grandmother that she cannot be like her grandmother and be special all at the same time. She adds that she is special because she is the daughter of her mother. Her grandmother challenges Rachel to tell her what a wonderful person her mother was.

Rachel is briefly lost in a memory as she remembers...

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