Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine - Chapters 26 - 32 Summary & Analysis

Honeyman, Gail
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In Chapter 26, the beginning of the section called “Bad Days,” Eleanor wakes up naked on the floor under the table in her flat. She cannot remember how she came to be in her current state. She drinks a bottle of vodka and decides that she will kill herself. She blacks out, wakes up again, and vomits when she recalls her memories. The previous day, Eleanor’s plant Polly had died. She got ready to go to Johnnie Lomond’s concert. When she arrived, she realized how foolish her behavior was. She thought that the musician would never be attracted to her. She recognized that she had created a fantasy about this man in her mind and she did not know him at all. Returning to the present, Eleanor went to the corner shop to buy more vodka. Eleanor remembered drinking at the concert...

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