Eleanor & Park - Chapters 28-32 Summary & Analysis

Rainbow Rowell
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In Chapter Twenty-eight, Park telephones his mother to let her know Eleanor will be coming over after school. He reminds his mother to be nice to Eleanor. Eleanor is obviously nervous. Eleanor knows Mindy doesn't like her. She tries to feel superior to Mindy but can't. Eleanor visits again on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. On Saturday, Park's father invites Eleanor to stay for dinner and she agrees. Park walks her part way home and they kiss in the alley near his grandparents' house.

In Chapter Twenty-nine, they continue to notice details about each other and discuss the “White Album” at length because it gives them time to stare at each other.

In Chapter Thirty, Eleanor's friendship with DeNice and Beebi continues to grow and they know she's been spending time with Park. One day, Park sees vulgar words written on Eleanor's book cover...

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