1 of 5
What sometimes blurry line does Kaysen make a central theme of Girl, Interrupted?

2 of 5
According to Kaysen, what positive benefit does captivity, perhaps paradoxically, confer?

3 of 5
What form of discrimination is apparent both in Kaysen’s diagnosis and in the limited professional opportunities available to her?

4 of 5
What motif connects Kaysen’s thoughts about her diagnosis to her outburst at the dentist office?

5 of 5
What symbolic spaces represent the “essence” of the hospital, and give Kaysen insight into her illness?