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Trust Exercise - Pages 155 – 204 Summary & Analysis

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The narrative shifts to a few months before Karen goes to Los Angeles to see Sarah. Karen and David meet at a local bar, which people refer to simply as The Bar. David mentions Martin, the British teacher who had accompanied the British students during their time at CAPA. Martin recently sent a letter to David, along with a newspaper article about Martin. Martin had recently been fired from his job as a theater teacher following allegations that he had taken sexual advantage of female students. Martin wrote in the letter that his firing had been unjustified. As David talks to Karen about the matter, he consistently takes Martin’s side, saying that even if Martin had sex with students, it would have been consensual. Karen briefly counters, saying that teenagers do not have the ability to make sound, rational decisions about sex. Karen...

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