And We Stay - Chapters 4-5 Summary & Analysis

Jenny Hubbard
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In Chapter 4, Emily briefly forgets what had happened in Grenfell when she awakes on the morning of Groundhog Day in her dorm at ASG. After she remembers, the only thing that gets her out of bed is coffee. The girls drink coffee to keep them going to do the difficult work required by the school. In French, she practices changing up her signature to keep her from thinking about Paul’s death and what she did in Boston.

Emily had read part of the newspaper article about Paul’s death. On Dec. 12, he’d asked permission in his second period class to go to the bathroom. Paul passed the janitor, Mr. Jim, on his way to find Emily. He found her in the library where he’d led her to the stacks and told her he had a gun in his backpack. By...

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