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17. Whom do the girls visit on the maximum-security ward?
SparkNotes says the correct answer is Lisa Cody, when it was actually Alice Calais (vivid because of the feces all over her and the room).
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5. What does Jim Watson offer to do for Kaysen?
Sparknotes says the correct answer is
(C) Help her escape to New York
but the real correct answer is
(A) Take her to England.
In the chapter The Secret of Life, page 27, Jim Watson offers to take Susanna to England and she refuses.
22. In Kaysen’s opinion, what is a sign that a mental patient may be incurable?
Can someone tell me where to find the answer to question 22 and explain why it is A no desire to be cured instead of what I originally thought which was C no doubts about one's craziness?
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