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Thirty Girls - Part II, Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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As Esther sits among the other girls and listens to their peaceful voices in Chapter 3/Esther, she thinks that she will never feel close to anyone again. Her mind is uneasy because she has become used to her thoughts being interrupted since being away, yet she vaguely recalls the time before when her thoughts were whole. She observes the others drawing, but she prefers to observe nature as she sits at Kiryandongo Rehabilitation Center where she and the other children who have escaped the rebels are housed and given counseling. They are all united by the same thing that separates them from everyone else.

Since her return, Esther tries to forget what happened there and focus on the rest of her life as she is not yet 16 years old, but her quiet life before was not much to speak of, so rather...

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