All the Bright Places - Part 1: Finch: The Night of the Day My Life Changed – Part 1: Violet: 147-146 Days to Freedom Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Niven
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In Finch’s section “The Night of the Day My Life Changed,” Finch eats, and shares his day, with his mother and Decca at dinner. Because she looks tired he even volunteers to clean up after dinner. Later that night Finch draws a bath and goes underwater pretending he is in a lake. Finch thinks of Woolf quotes while he’s underwater. He holds his breath as long as possible before coming back up.

In Violet’s section “148 Days to Graduation,” the Bartlett Dirt has named Finch as number one on the top ten list of suicidal students. In response, the real school paper has information about suicide and what to do if one feels suicidal but no one pays attention to that paper. During class, Amanda asks Violet...

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