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Yonnondio: From the Thirties Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 8, Part 2, pp. 167-191 Summary

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Chapter 8, Part 2, pp. 167-191 Summary

Mazie wakes up in the oppressive heat, feeling sick. Anna wants her to help out with the canning in the kitchen. Mazie gets permission to go play for a while, and she goes to the dump to see if she can find any new treasures. She tries to play with Ginella and her friends, but they call her "Miss Ugly" and tell her to go away. Soon Mazie encounters Erina, a girl who is deformed and epileptic. Erina wants to hang out with Mazie, but Mazie finds it hard to look at Erina's bruises and wounds. She realizes that Erina also feels like "Miss Ugly." Mazie wanders home, half-fainting from heat stroke. Meanwhile, Ginella wishes she could really live the glamorous life she imagines for herself. In reality, she has to go wash dishes in her aunt's restaurant, and she is...

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