Eleanor & Park - Chapters 51-58 Summary & Analysis

Rainbow Rowell
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In Chapter Fifty-one, Park plans to wait until his parents are in bed before returning to Eleanor. Eleanor knows she should feel bad that Park is helping her because she knows he'll be in trouble later, but she also knows that his punishment won't be that serious. Eleanor has time to worry about her younger brothers and sister but convinces herself that she can't.

Park gathers up the cash he has on hand and leaves a note for his parents. He is intercepted by his father who wants to know where Park is going. Park explains about Eleanor's situation and his dad agrees that Park has to help. They briefly discuss the route. His father gives him some additional cash and tells Park that his only condition is that Park has to take the truck. Park agrees and pulls smoothly out of the...

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