All Our Wrong Todays: A Novel - Chapters 21-30 Summary & Analysis

Elan Mastai
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In Chapter 21, Tom recounts how as a child he often threatened to run away. One day at 12 years old he mentioned his intention to his father, who, seemingly as a way to test his son’s bravery, told him he should. In response, Tom ran away for 19 days.

Chapter 22 sheds light on some of Tom’s jobs he held before working in his father’s lab. It was relatively easy for him to find work because his father was so well known, and employers assumed Tom was also a genius. He describes his two most recent jobs: working for a company that targeted advertising to specific individuals and working for a company that attempted to predict fashion trends. Both of which he was not very good at. At the advertising job, he suggested they offer a service to block ads for users, which...

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