Woman No. 17 - 7 - 13 Summary & Analysis

Edan Lepucki
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The next several sections are told from Esther’s point of view. After breaking up with her sort-of boyfriend Everett, an artist headed to Yale for grad school, and graduating from Berkley, Esther found herself at a loss for what to do. She was very close with her father, Al, who moved to Berkley with her when she went to college. He had met his new wife, Maria, and now planned to stay in Berkley with her, but Esther wanted to leave. She had humiliated herself trying to do an art project called “Give Us Your Tevas” in which she parodied the program the city had which enabled residents to turn in drugs or guns to drop boxes with no questions asked. Esther targeted the ugly sandals that all the Baby Boomers in Berkley wore and set up drop boxes all over the city...

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