Dry - Chapter 11, Running Underwater, and Chapter 12, The Butterfly Effect Summary & Analysis

Augusten Burroughs
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Chapter 11, Running Underwater, and Chapter 12, The Butterfly Effect Summary and Analysis

Augusten Burroughs goes to see Pighead, who looks very sick, in the hospital. The doctors don't know what's wrong with him, and he's hiccuping again. Augusten gives him some water and when Pighead falls asleep, Augusten finds himself very sad. The next day, Augusten finds it hard to think, hard to comprehend that Pighead is in the hospital bed. The night before, before Augustenleft the hospital, Pighead wrote on a Post-it note that Augusten should remember he loves him. Augusten wants to care for Pighead but is afraid to lose him. Foster is staying with Augusten until Foster moves into his new apartment. Augusten tells Wendy he has stopped going to meetings, and she encourages him to start back. Augusten seems to realize that his relationship is...

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