Fleishman Is in Trouble - Pages 217 – 270 Summary & Analysis

Taffy Brodesser-Akner
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Toby goes to visit Libby at her home. Libby is happy to talk with him, but she is self-conscious when he witnesses her having a frustrated argument with her eight-year-old daughter. Libby states in narration that she often feels stressed and self-conscious as a parent. Libby sometimes feels stifled and misunderstood by her husband Adam. Libby enjoys seeing Toby and talking with him, but she becomes increasingly irritated by his apparent self-absorption, as he mostly just wants to talk about his own problems. The narration then recounts an argument that Toby and Rachel had after deciding to divorce. Rachel said that it was good that they were relatively young, and she said that she even might have more children someday. Toby became angry at this statement and said that Rachel was neglectful of Hannah and Solly. Toby goes to dinner with his friend Seth...

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