Imaginary Friend: A Novel - Prologue and Chapters 1 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Stephen Chbosky
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The prologue occurs 50 years before the main events of Imaginary Friend, a novel by Stephen Chbosky. It is told in a close third person point of view, past tense, by a boy called Little David Olson as he walks down the street at night. He has snuck out of his home and stuffed a pillow under the covers, hoping to fool his parents into thinking he’s still in bed, but he has injured his foot, which he knows won’t escape his mother’s notice.

David hears the song Blue Moon playing as a group of teenagers drive by in a Ford Mustang. David hears a voice whisper his name and questions whether he is dreaming as fog rolls around him and he sees a shadowy figure standing in the middle of the street. He senses that the figure is...

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