The Man Who Loved Clowns - Chapters 1 & 2: The Invisible Girl, Out of the Frying Pan [and] Into the Fire Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 1 & 2: The Invisible Girl, Out of the Frying Pan [and] Into the Fire Summary

The novel opens with a scene of Delrita Jensen trying to run away from the new girl at school, Avanelle Shackleford. Avanelle is new to school and hasn't yet learned that Delrita is "invisible." Avanelle and Delrita have been assigned to share the same math book, and Avanelle wants to know how they will organize the swap so both can get their homework done on time. Avanelle suggests that Delrita come over after school once in a while so they can do their homework together, but Delrita refuses. She claims that she has a lot of chores to do, but it's clear to everyone, including Avanelle, that she's lying. Delrita is as rude as possible to Avanelle, but the...

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