Three Women - Chapters 7 - 9 Summary & Analysis

Lisa Taddeo
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Sloane thinks about what it means that she is willing to both be with other people and allow her husband the same. She thinks about the relative coldness of her parents and their own upbringing to explain how she is. Her mother’s car crash which killed her own mother seems to be particularly important to Sloane. Sloane’s mother, Dyan, began taking her to get diet pills at age 10, saying she would be more comfortable if she lost weight.

As she reminisces, Sloane remembers losing her virginity to an older boy at school when she was 15, and she wished she had a sister or that there was some way she can talk to her older brother, but she knew she could not. When Sloane began dating Tim, one of her brother Gabe’s friends, she began spending time with the older students...

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