All Our Wrong Todays: A Novel - Chapters 91-102 Summary & Analysis

Elan Mastai
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In Chapter 91, Greta argues with Tom about his story. Still treating it as fictional, she claims the overall message is detrimental. “It just pisses me off,” she says, “these fucking sci-fi allegories where…if we just stick to the plan, we’ll fix it all and live in a futuristic paradise. When, actually, our one chance at saving our only home is the universe is quitting the plan” (226).

Tom and Rebecca have a private conversation in Chapter 92. She reveals that she suffers from depression and apologizes for passing it on to Tom, who denies having it. Rebecca tries to make the case that everyone feels like a fraud when they create something, but Tom argues that his situation is different. Rebecca’s last argument is that Tom has a responsibility to bring the world into the future with his designs.

Chapter 93 depicts Tom...

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