What I Saw and How I Lied - Chapters 6 and 7 Summary & Analysis

Judy Blundell
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Chapters 6 and 7 Summary

In Chapter 6, Evie can hear and sees girls arriving for a dance. She goes to her mother's closest and chooses a green dress with violet flowers. She is stuffing a bra with tissue when her mother and Mrs. Grayson walk in on her. They laugh, and at first Evie is hurt. Mrs. Grayson leads the work to fix Evie up. After they are finished, Evie looks in the mirror hoping to see a version of her mother but she does not. Mrs. Grayson tells her that she is beautiful.

In Chapter 7, unfortunately, it is the ugliest boy in the room who notices Evie at the dance. He asks to dance but she refuses, escaping to the pool area. Evie has just taken off one of her high-heeled sandals and thrown it into the pool when she notices a man on the...

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