Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe - Section 5 - Letters on a Page, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Letters on a Page, Chapters 19 – 27. Ari continues his driving lessons with his dad (commenting in narration on how they have a good time but don’t talk about Ari’s brother) and eventually gets his license. Ari is also tempted to do drugs but refuses: he does, however, give in to curiosity and decides to get drunk, using a street person outside the liquor store to get some beer. He takes it home, sits in his truck, drinks his beer, thinks about Dante, and then goes to bed, commenting in narration that he had no dreams that night. As Christmas approaches, Ari is wrapping some presents and, while searching for a pair of scissors, discovers a sealed envelope with his brother’s name on it: “Bernardo.” He resists the temptation to open it, but finds himself thinking even...

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