Chapter Summaries of Saving Francesca
Mia is Francesca’s mother. Very dominant and a University Lecturer. Mia is well liked. Acts how she wants. Actively involved in Francesca’s life. Gives her lots of advice/pep talks. Fran attends St. Sebastian – previously all boys. Only 30 girls attend, Fran misses old friends. Quotes
Francesca- mother as “Queen of Limitations Placers” pg.2 (Meaning she wants Francesca to be like her) -Fran ‘saved’ from outrages behaviour “My friends always told me that they want to recuse me from Siobhan. I relish being saved because it meant that people stopped tapping me on the shoulder point out what I was doing wrong” pg.3 (Changed personality due to friendship). “but today the Mia we all know disappears and she becomes someone with nothing to say. Someone like me” pg. 5. Chapter 2:
Fran’s mother and father have become silent, feeling worried. Francesca has stood up against William Troubal- pronunciations. Tara Finke and Francesca becoming closer. Met Mrs Quinn about issues about the school for girls. Quotes
‘It’s Tolstoy by the way; I say as I open, the open door. He turns around. What? Shut up, I tell myself. Shut up the writer of Anna Karenina. Not Trotsky. Trotsky was revolutionary who was stabbed with a pickaxe in Mexico 1939. But I understand how the T thing could confuse you. He looks at me, his eyes narrowing. William Troubal doesn’t like to be put in this place. Chapter 3:
Francesca mother seems to be sick, can’t really get out of bed. The house is messy, dad tries to help Luca with homework, but however gives up. Francesca receives a week of detention, feeling miserable from protesting against butcher’s paper. Francesca and Luca’s doing/ making bad decisions. Quotes
I’m going to get better tomorrow. I promise, she says. Her voice is pitiful. Who is this person? I can’t help thinking how strange her words are: Does it mean she has control over this thing, I’ve got a week of detention,...
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