The Girls: A Novel - Chapter 14 – “Sasha and Julian…” Summary & Analysis

Emma Cline
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In Chapter 14, Evie recalls the car ride to Mitch’s house on the night that the murders took place. Evie reached out to hold Suzanne’s hand and Suzanne became suddenly enraged with her, demanding that Guy pull over the car. Suzanne made Evie get out of the car and they left her alone on the roadside.

In Chapter 15, in the narration, Evie recounted the rumors that circulated on the news and amongst the general public in the immediate aftermath of the multiple murders that occurred at Mitch’s house that night.

After she had been left on the roadside by Suzanne and the others, Evie called Tamar who came to pick her up. Tamar took Evie back to her father’s apartment. The next day, Evie found out about the murders at Mitch’s house when she was watching the...

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