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Ghost World Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Five Summary

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Chapter Five Summary

At the beginning of chapter five, Enid and Rebecca are walking down the street, and Enid tells Rebecca a racial joke. Rebecca asks Enid where they are going, and Enid reveals they are going to a 1950s themed diner called Hubba Hubba. Upon entering the restaurant, the girls immediately make fun of it, including the menu and their waiter whom they call Weird Al. After they order, Enid picks up a political magazine off another table and begins to look through it. Both girls question why people have such a great interest in politics and assume it must be because of some ulterior motive. As they continue to wait for their food, the girls begin to look through the magazine's personal advertisements, which they also mock. While eating, Enid reads one advertisement about a missed connection, and Rebecca suggests that they should call the man...

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