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can i have a summary of " the volunteer " story in the book " you are not a stranger here"?

This story is about a high school student named Ted who signs up as part of a volunteer program to visit Plymouth Brewster Structured Living Facility. He is assigned to work with a resident named Elizabeth Maynard, a person...

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What are some important quotes from Hunger by Roxane Gay?

Fat shaming is real, constant, and rather pointed . . . It’s a strange civic-minded cruelty. In the above quote, Gay describes her problem with fat-shaming. She argues that well-meaning people often fail to realize how...

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In Hunger, Roxane Gay uses her past to explain how she used food to cope with trauma and all the ways that coping mechanism affected her life. Gay is able to trace her unhealthy eating habits to a traumatic childhood incident....

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