Under the Skin - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Michel Faber
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In Chapter 3, Isserley woke to sunshine the next morning even though she usually did not sleep well. She turned on the television in her room while she did the exercises intended to keep her from being as stiff and sore as she had allowed herself to become. She does not wear her glasses because they are not for vision purposes. As she exercises she wonders if she has not been doing the exercises as a way of punishing herself for what she had done.

Although she lived on a farm, all the fields are rented out to local farmers. They brought all the equipment needed at planting and harvest times so there was no farm equipment in sight. All the hitchhikers who ever spoke of Ablach farm believed it had been sold to a mad Scandinavian who intended to make money off it but...

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