I'm Thinking of Ending Things - Pages 191-210 Summary & Analysis

Iain Reid
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In this final section of the novel, the Girlfriend crawls on the floor of the music room. Her nose is bleeding. Her hair had begun falling out. She is suddenly aware of the beating of her heart and is angry because she is so conscious of it. At this point, the narrator switches from using the singular pronoun “I” to the plural pronoun “we.” There is a point at which the narrator indicates “Of course we’re uncomfortable. We have to be. I knew it. I know it. I said it myself: I’m going to say something that will upset you now…” (193). The plurality remembers the painting from Jake’s mother. It is indicated that all of the members of Jake’s personality are in that painting. As Jake looks at it, he recognizes that he is looking at himself. He remembers...

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