Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close - My Feelings Summary & Analysis

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My Feelings Summary

Grandma continues writing: she already misses Oskar. She is relieved to see Grandpa's face and he still wears his wedding ring. Their marriage is filled with rules and compromises. Grandpa starts in a jewelry store, rises to manager, and keeps their own store open from 11 AM until 6 PM. She pretends to type when Grandpa comes home. Her life story has been spaces. Grandma needs a child and one night writes, "I am pregnant." She admits breaking the rule. Next morning the weight of his suitcase tells her he is leaving her. She writes shyly that she knows he is leaving and refuses to go home. Thomas weeps, whether for Anna, his parents, Grandma, or himself she cannot tell. She is not angry because she has broken the rule. He objects it is his rule.

Grandpa claims not to know how to...

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