Eleanor & Park - Chapters 23-27 Summary & Analysis

Rainbow Rowell
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In Chapter Twenty-three, Park is “more relaxed” on the bus since the fight. His mother says he will remain grounded “long enough to make you sorry you fight.” Everyone is talking about the fight and some even ask Eleanor if Steve and Park were fighting over her. Park asks his father how long he's grounded but Park's father defers to Mindy. Park's father then says he'll intervene if Park learns to drive the truck. Mindy, however, rants about the situation. She says she has heard that the entire “family is trouble,” and cites the fact that Eleanor cried the first time she visited the Sheridan house.

Park goes to his grandparents' house and stays for supper and a television show afterward. He realizes he hadn't expected his mother to like Eleanor immediately, but also hadn't expected that Mindy would outright reject Eleanor. When...

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