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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Chapter Summary & Analysis - The War Zone, To Look Like Girls from Little Summary

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The War Zone, To Look Like Girls from Little Summary

Elvira Evers, a Panamanian woman who is a general worker and cashier at Canteen Corporation, discusses the looting that went on after Rodney King verdict. Evers states that everyone was taking things and was acting as if they were at a carnival. She and her friend Frances were talking about the looting when someone threw a bottle. Evers felt some tingling, itching and moisture, and wondered if she was bleeding.

After she walked home, her friend examined her and saw that she had been shot. Evers was surprised because she did not hear a gun. She called for an ambulance and was told it would arrive in fifteen minutes. Evers told Frances she could not wait and got into her car, thinking she would drive herself to the hospital. Her children...

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