Eileen - Monday Summary & Analysis

Ottessa Moshfegh
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In the morning, Eileen once again obsesses over body and it's small dimensions, saying that she was never able to grow out of the insecurity that accompanies puberty. She refers to herself as a spinster, having only kissed one boy, Peter Woodman, at the age of 16. He was the son of a father's cop friend who was senior when she was 16 and took her to the prom. They did not dance and at the end of the night he lightly kissed her, which prompted Eileen to bite him on the neck. She clarifies that he is not to be focused on as a romantic ideal, and that Randy is the primary romantic interest at the time.

Wearing the clothes she stole from the boutique, Eileen drives to work, detailing the different methods of escape to New York City. She thinks of checking out the...

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