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The Last of the Menu Girls Chapter Summary & Analysis - Space is a Solid Summary

Denise Chavez
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Space is a Solid Summary

Rocio is studying drama and working as an assistant in the department, teaching in a children's drama class and caring for the costume room. In the class is Karie Lee Threadgill, a sweet young girl who is conflicted about her mother's strict sense of racial separation and unsympathetic attitude toward those less fortunate. In the class as well is Arlin, a young boy with no arm, and Ginita, a timid child who is clearly withdrawn. They are directed to become molecules, a task at which Arlin is particularly good, rolling around the floor and bumping into other students. The next task is to pretend that space is a solid and that they must slice through it with their entire bodies. As the students continue with the class, Rocio proceeds to the wardrobe room.

Rocio hates her weekly task of folding, laundering...

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