The Mare - Pages 230 – 261 Summary & Analysis

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In “Ginger,” Velvet called Ginger from the school social worker’s office telling her that her mother had a disease and was going to die. Later, Ginger got a call from the social worker to tell her that Silvia was not dying, she only had irritable bowel syndrome. She had told her daughter she was dying to teach her a lesson. The social worker admitted she had never heard of a mother doing that to her daughter before.

In “Velvet,” Velvet snuck out of the house to go to Alicia’s party. She felt out of her league when she reached the address that Alicia gave her because all of the women were so dressed up. When Velvet said that Dominic had invited her, the bouncer at the door let her inside the club.

In “Silvia,” Silvia woke up from a nightmare. She went...

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