Me and Earl and the Dying Girl - Chapters 25 – 32 Summary & Analysis

Jesse Andrews
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Summary

In Chapter 25, Greg and Rachel watched some more Gaines/Jackson films together and Greg began to accept that Rachel genuinely enjoyed them. Rachel told Greg she thought she was dying.

In Chapter 26, Mr. McCarthy spoke with Greg and warned him that his grades were falling and he was jeopardizing his chances of getting into college.

In Chapter 27 Madison asked Greg if he would make a film especially for Rachel and Greg said yes.

In Chapter 28, Earl and Greg brainstormed ideas about how to make a film for Rachel.

Chapter 29 explains “The Hallmark Version” of their film for Rachel, in which the boys filmed teachers and other students reading messages of support and encouragement for Rachel.

In Chapter 30, Greg and Earl made “The Ken Burns Version” of their film for Rachel, which involved trying to make a documentary from old family videos and interviews with...

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