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Wasted: A Memoir of Anorexia and Bulimia Chapter Summary & Analysis - 7 Waiting for Godot Summary

Marya Hornbacher
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7 Waiting for Godot Summary and Analysis

This section of Marya's book details the year between 1991 and 1992 that she spends in Minneapolis after she is discharged from Lowe House. At this time Marya is relatively happy. She is living with her parents, taking classes and working at the university newspaper. Marya writes that during this time, she slowly eases back into her anorexic rituals of working too much and not eating enough so slowly that even she does not recognize what is happening. Marya writes about her evening ritual of eating a bowl of granola and yogurt, a process that is so complex it sometimes takes her as long as three hours to eat the entire bowl of food. Marya's parents notice her strange eating habits and are concerned. However, they see that Marya is eating and believe she is better.

At this point, Marya takes the opportunity...

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