Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close - My Feelings Summary & Analysis

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My Feelings Summary

Knocking at Grandma's door wakes her up. Grandpa is outside, his cuffs muddy, but unhurt. They sit side-by-side, touching. As he writes on her palm that he is going to get her some magazines, her dreams go into reverse: Dresden doesn't happen and Thomas doesn't leave her. Grandma packs the typewriter and paper in a suitcase, tapes a note in her window, and catches a cab. Grandma cannot undo her mistakes. She finds Grandpa in the international terminal and watches him ask people the time. She is an expert at watching him and wants to be with him. He averts his face when she touches his shoulder and asks how he can do this. Grandma surprises him by saying Anna shares the secret of her pregnancy. Grandpa admits to seeing Oskar, which Grandma knows. Grandma suggests that they live in the...

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