Eleanor & Park - Chapters 15-18 Summary & Analysis

Rainbow Rowell
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In Chapter Fifteen, Eleanor reassures her mother that she didn't invite Park to visit and that she'll tell him he can't come back. Park apologizes on the bus, saying he feels he probably got Eleanor in trouble. They talk about the comic they read the previous evening and Park holds Eleanor's hand.

In Chapter Sixteen, Eleanor begins to hate Saturdays because it means there's a lot of time before she'll be back on the bus with Park. Eleanor notices that someone has written a vulgar question on one of her book covers.

Park's relationship with his father is somewhat strained. His dad is trying to teach him to drive the truck, which has a standard transmission. Park believes he could drive it if his father wasn't “fuming” each time Park makes a mistake. He also knows his father hates that Park's mother stands...

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