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Veronica - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 3, Alison winces in pain from her injured shoulder as she washes the windows at John's office. Alison has also had hepatitis for about 15 years, and she feels sick much of the time. Alison recalls living at home and sharing a bedroom with her sisters, Daphne and Sara, when they were growing up. They would play records and pretend to be go-go dancers. Alison also liked to play music low so she could crouch down by the record player and get as close to it as possible. The girls' father also loved to play records, mostly from artists who were popular during World War II.

When Alison was 17, she lived in a house in San Francisco with twelve other kids. She worked for a florist selling flowers outside bars and go-go clubs at night. After selling flowers, Alison and her friend Lilet went...

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