Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close - Happiness, Happiness Summary & Analysis

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Happiness, Happiness Summary

When an Interviewer asks Tomoyasu to describe the morning's events. He describes the horror of the bomb that fell on Hiroshima; blackened flesh, his mother dying in his arms, the black rain. Tomoyasu gives the interview to tell why there can never be war again. As Oskar presses the Stop button, girls cry, boys make funny barfing noises, and Mr. Keegan sweats. Oskar explains the technicalities of an atom bomb exploding. Jimmy taunts Oskar and other children laugh. Next day in the playground, Jimmy pushes Oskar to use sexually explicit words, most of which Oskar understands from his internet usage.

Oskar and Mr. Black ride the subway to the next Black, Agnes, Stan pushing Oskar to overcome his fears. Agnes Black's apartment is on the third floor. Oskar wheels her in her wheelchair to the top of the stairs so she...

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