The Voice on the Radio - Chapter Four Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Four Summary

In November, Sarah-Charlotte arranges Lipstick Day at school. When Van asks Janie for her print, she is happy to comply and he shows off the jawbone space he saved just for hers. She carefully plants one on him after reapplying color. A school photographer corners her, trying to get her photo for the yearbook, but she puts her hand up every time, insisting that she isn't a senior. When he admits they plan to do a milk carton segment featuring her, she is horrified. She would never be normal if they wouldn't let her forget. She rips the camera from Tyler's hands and suddenly has the attention of the entire gymnasium. She wants to run, hide, and wait for the moment to pass but Sarah-Charlotte convinces her to stand her ground. She hands the empty camera back to Tyler and tell him to get lost...

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