Eleanor & Park - Chapters 39-43 Summary & Analysis

Rainbow Rowell
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In Chapter Thirty-nine, Eleanor is visiting Park. He wants to go to his room to listen to music but Eleanor doesn't really want to be in Park's bedroom. He finally convinces her to join him and they sit on the floor while listening. Park's tastes are moving toward punk and new wave and Eleanor doesn't really like all of this music. They kiss and break a tape by leaning on it. Eleanor later looks back on the way she'd tried to suck in her stomach when Park's hand touched her waist, causing her to lose her balance. She wants to tell Park about the problems with Maisie but doesn't, realizing that he can't do anything to stop whatever is about to happen.

In Chapter Forty, Eleanor asks again about Tina. Park says nothing prior to his relationship with Eleanor is worth mentioning and...

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