Among the Ten Thousand Things - Chapters 22-31 Summary & Analysis

Julia Pierpont
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Chapter 22 opens with Jack and Kay still at the museum, while Deb and Simon argue at home. Deb got a call from one of the other mothers regarding the explicit nature of Kay's fan fiction. Deb has also decided that they will go to Gary's house in Rhode Island and they need to pack. Simon does not want to go and he swears at his mother and decides that his friend Donald should not come over at all. When Jack gets home with Kay, he tells Deb not to go to Rhode Island and be alone. She tells him they will have Gary.

Chapter 23 finds Kay thinking about spending time with Jack at the museum and how her parents behave at home. Kay wishes she could stop them from making the trip to Rhode Island.

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