Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close - My Feelings Summary & Analysis

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My Feelings Summary

Grandma is in the guest room knitting, half-watching TV, and missing Oskar, who has left for school. The station shifts to scenes from New York: a building vomiting black smoke. When the second plane hits, the reporter screams, and a fireball rolls out and upward. Oskar's mom calls, worried about her husband, who is not safe at the store but at a meeting in the World Trade Center. Mom wants Grandma to watch Oskar, not let him see the news, and tell Oskar everything is OK. For the first time in the 15 years, Mom tells Grandma "I love you," meaning Mom knows the truth. Grandma finds Oskar under his bed, and she squeezes under with him feelin space collapsing, recalling Mary jumping on a bed, Dad sleeping, Anna kissing her, and her father pinching her cheeks. When Mom arrives, she hugs...

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