Romeo and Juliet
Table of Contents
Themes, Motifs, and Symbols
From the beginning of book to James’s first meeting with Ken
From James’s first day in the unit to his second dental appointment
From being exposed to AA to walking out of the clinic
From James’s encounter with Leonard to the Bald Man’s story
From the introduction of Matty to the first secret meeting with Lilly
From James finding out his parents are coming to visit to his second secret meeting with Lilly
From James’s first days in the Family Program to Lilly’s confession about her abusive past
From James’s hearing about his legal problems to finding out about his grandfather’s alcoholism and his childhood ear infection
From Lilly telling James about her sick grandmother to James leaving the clinic to save her
From James’s return to the clinic to writing his inventory
From the talk with the priest to the end of the book
Important Quotations Explained
Study Questions & Essay Topics
Suggestions for Further Reading
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