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Unformatted text preview:before the laundry opened, so she could make her laundry before anyone else and avoid the big line. Other important thing about prison life was the official and unofficial rules, schedules or rituals that she had to learn quickly in order to adapt or survive in prison. Like she said in page 56, "learn them quickly or suffer the consequences". Further in the book, she provides a case in which this "rituals" occurs. For example, in pages 82 and 83, Piper explain how the prisoners with more hierarchy, like Pop, send an emissary to check if "her" shower was free or for make the line. At the end, prison is based in hierarchy and respect.