Westminster Abby - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Micol Ostow
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Chapter 4 Summary

In her British Cinema class, Abby and Zoe struggle to pay attention to the dry lecture. The class is set up with a good deal of independence for the students, unlike Abby's American classes, which are full of assignments, extra credit opportunities, and quizzes. At lunch, Zoe and Abby put vinegar on their 'chips' and complain about the food.

Abby's mother emails to say that she's glad to hear that Abby has settled in, but she asks why Abby hasn't described the library yet. "Abby should have been frustrated. Or maybe even furious. After all she was miles away and her parents were still trying to control her. But really, she felt homesick. How could she be homesick for a place where she felt so suffocated? "(p. 54). After she reads this email from her mother, Abby goes back to her room to sulk...

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