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Eligible - Chapters 110 – 146 Summary & Analysis

Curtis Sittenfeld
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In Chapter 110, Liz read the letter from Darcy. Darcy wrote that he had overheard Jane telling Liz that she didn’t want to accept the mountain bike because she felt less serious about the relationship than Chip, and that this led him to tell Chip he thought they wouldn’t be a good couple. He explained that Jasper was not expelled for writing an offensive story during a creative writing class at Stanford, but because he had broken into his professor’s office and urinated on her books and computer. Although Jasper was expelled solely for the charges of property damage, many who heard about the case, including Darcy, believed that Jasper’s behavior had been racially motivated and intended to denigrate his black female professor, Tricia Randolph. In Chapter 111, Liz reread the letter over and over again.

Chapter 112 began Part 2 of the novel...

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