Lauri and Jeanette move on
On pages 222-230 of The Glass Castle, two men showed up at Lori’s school. They were there to try to spread culture to the area. They unknowingly made Lori want to go to New York City for art school. Jeannette and Lori made a plan of how they would both get to New York within time. All of the kids pitched in with selling art, babysitting, etc. Their dad stole all of the money that they had saved up. Lori tried to make art for her to be accepted to the art school and it never worked out. First she spilled something on her portfolio and then her dad ruined her sculpture of Shakespeare. Jeannette was offered a babysitting job in Iowa and was told that they would give her a bus ticket back to Welch. She instead told them to bring Lori and give her a ticket to New York. At the end of the section, Lori Was picked up by the family to be taken to Iowa.
Culture Ken Fink and Bob Gross
"They told her she had talent and said if she was serious about becoming an artist, she needed to go to New York City."
I am now "doing commissioned posters for a dollar-fifty apiece," would you like one? (Walls 223)
*Sneakily runs away*
"What the hell are you doing?" (Walls 227)
It's no longer just a bust...it now has symbolic value. You can call it Mute Bard." (Walls 227)
"When the Sanders family pulled up in their station wagon, Lori was ready. She had packed her colthes, her fovorite books, and her ar supplies in a single cardboard box." (Walls 230)
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