Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close - My Feelings Summary & Analysis

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My Feelings Summary

On September 12, 2003, Grandma writes a letter about her life. She talks first about wanting to write a Turkish prisoner in a labor camp in 1921. She asks her father to write a letter to him for her. He does not understand why, but does so. It is Grandma's only memento of her father. Grandma visits a prison to get writing samples of a murderer. Then she collects samples from a number of other people. She obtains a letter from everyone she knows, organizes them, and tries to make connections.

Grandma meets Thomas, a childhood friend, in America. He wants to marry Grandma's older sister, Anna. She meets him at a bakery and he writes that he cannot speak. He asks her to model for his sculpting. She does, naked. He is forming Anna, not her, but he has sex with her. A...

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