Ginny Moon - Pages 1 - 44 Summary & Analysis

Ludwig, Benjamin
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Benjamin Ludwig’s novel, Ginny Moon, begins precisely at 6:54 p.m. on Tuesday, September 7th. A “plastic electronic baby” will not stop crying no matter what the narrator does to appease it (9). She rocks it, changes its, says “ush, ush, ush,” lets it suck on her finger, and holds it close (9). The plastic electronic baby is not a “real baby,” despite what her “Forever Parents” said it was supposed to represent. The narrator tries “all the things that Gloria used to do [to her]” when she went “ape-shit” (9). However, after that, the narrator then puts her hand behind the plastic electronic baby’s head, tries to soothe it and apologizes to it, but still, it will not stop crying. The sound of a baby crying prompts the narrator to look for her own Baby Doll, “the real one” that she left “back in...

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