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After Susie's death Ruth became even more separated from others and believes no one wants her around. She skips a lot of classes to walk around the cornfield.
"She soon noted that teachers in subjects besides gym didn't report her if she cut. They were happy not to have her there: her intelligence made her a problem. It demanded attention and rushed their lesson plans forward," (Sebold 78).
"And she began to take rides from her father in the mornings to avoid the bus" (Sebold 78).
Ruth: Analytical and a Lone-wolf
Grandma Lynn is talking on the phone with Abigail about Susie's funeral.
"I'm coming," (Sebold 98).
"Abigail, this is Susan's funeral" (Sebold 98).
Grandma Lynn: Caring
"But you don't have to, Mother," (Sebold 98).
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