Me and Earl and the Dying Girl - Chapters 9 – 16 Summary & Analysis

Jesse Andrews
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Summary

In Chapter 9, Greg called Earl to tell him that they couldn’t watch movies that night because Greg was going to visit Rachel. In the narration, Greg explained that Earl is a friend of his from the poorer part of town. Greg made a list of reasons that Earl’s living situation was less than ideal including the fact that neither Earl’s dad nor stepdad live with them or contribute to the family’s finances, that the house is very loud and smelly because Earl’s older brothers are so badly behaved and never clean, and that Earl is the only one of the brothers who regularly attends school. Because of this, Earl and Greg spent most of their time together at the Gaines family house, where Earl has a good relationship with both of Greg’s parents.

In Chapter 10, Greg went to...

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