The chapter portrays Hollis as naïve, and this is the reason Dave used her, and made her feel worthless. She was not fully aware of Dave’s intent, and even though he seemed unreal she still believed that their future was guaranteed. On the other hand, she is also perceived as loving, and committed throughout the entire relationship with Dave. It is worth noting that sometimes she felt rejected, and mistreated; she still remained faithful, and followed all that she was told. Moreover, she can also be described as understanding because, despite the fact that most of Dave’s friends treated her as an outsider, she still treated them with respect. In general, the chapter captures the story of Hollis’s developing love, and how it affected her view on self-value.