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Wasted: A Memoir of Anorexia and Bulimia Chapter Summary & Analysis - Interlude - November 5, 1996 Summary

Marya Hornbacher
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Interlude - November 5, 1996 Summary and Analysis

In this interlude Marya describes the daily routine of a person living in the aftermath of an eating disorder. She still worries that she has gained weight, still checks herself out in the mirror, still worries her clothes are getting tighter. Marya writes that she hates that she has to eat, yet as a now healthy human realizes she cannot go back to her eating disorder. Still, however, she feels the need to harangue her husband about whether or not she has gained weight. She imagines this scene repeating in homes across the world.

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