Ginny Moon - Pages 328 - 360 Summary & Analysis

Ludwig, Benjamin
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By 7:57 a.m., Ginny is “alone” (328). Gloria is “gone” because Ginny “said no” to leaving with her like she had originally planned (328). Ginny sees her school, but she does not “belong” there (328). Ginny “belong[s]...where [she’s] nine years old and [her] Baby Doll is still a baby,” so to Ginny, “the math...doesn’t add up” (328). She is holding the picture of her and her Baby Doll, and they both “have faces” (328). Ginny pulls her hands out of her mittens to pick at her fingers. She is not Ginny LeBlanc, but she does not “know how to be Ginny Moon” (329). She does not “belong anywhere anymore,” because she is “(-Ginny),” (329) so she wanders the streets where the “cars [are] loud[...]the air is cold and [her] backpack is heavy” (329).

Ginny wishes she could watch a movie, but she remembers that she...

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