Under the Skin - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Michel Faber
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In Chapter 7, Isserley was disoriented when she woke. She did not even know what time it was because her clock was flashing zero. As she lay there she realized she had allowed her life to veer out of control. She decided it was time to bring things back to normal. She turned on the television, hoping it would give her enough light to do her exercises. Although the television was the means through which Isserley had learned the English language it depressed her with its images of female suppression. She turned off the television and decided to go to the beach where she would finish her exercises. In the shower she discovered herself feeling for her genitalia and forced herself to stop.

Her trip to the firth and the completion of her exercises put Isserley in a better mood. Back in her cottage, she...

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