What Was She Thinking? Notes on a Scandal - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Zoe Heller
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Chapter 3 Summary

Barbara points out the irony of her worries over Sheba's friendship with Sue, while at the same time Sheba was about to begin an affair with a minor. Barbara does, however, want to make it clear that if Sheba had chosen Barbara for a friend, rather than Sue, she would have been better prepared to avoid the Connolly situation. In Barbara's mind, Sheba's problem was that she did not have a sensible adult friend when she most needed one. That is why she became involved with Connolly.

Connolly comes to visit Sheba's studio at the end of a school day. He brings his sketchbook, and the two go over his work. When Connolly makes a remark about one of her art posters, Sheba is impressed with how interested he is in the art world. When he returns on the following Friday, he interrupts...

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