Eleanor & Park - Chapters 9-14 Summary & Analysis

Rainbow Rowell
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Park decides that he's going to tell Eleanor that she'd done very well reading her poem in class. He knows that she is really the only one who “recited it like it was a living thing” and he is impressed. Park takes taekwondo lessons each Wednesday night and he always gets new comic books after the class. This time, he waits until Thursday morning on the bus to begin reading so that Eleanor can read along with him. Eleanor is aware that Park knows she's reading his comics and it upsets her that he's so polite. When she gets off the bus one day, Park insists she take one of the books home with her. She is extremely careful not to damage it, and reads it three times. Park briefly worries that she might not give it back but she hands it to...

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