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Naked Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Incomplete Quad and C.O.G. Summary

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The Incomplete Quad and C.O.G. Summary and Analysis

David's fantasizes about college life, envisioning a fabulously wealthy roommate who will take him home for holidays and vacations. If nothing else, David desperately wants to go down to the quad and meet fellow classmates with similar highbrow fantasies. The quad David ends up with is much different.

The Incomplete Quad refers to a girl David shares a room with while in college. The room assignment the author receives is at a dorm used primarily by people with disabilities. The college supports a state program that provides a free room to any student willing to share a place with someone who is handicapped in some way. David has one disabled roommate who returns home, so David moves in with Peg, a fun girl who suffers from a degenerative nerve disease.

People in wheelchairs...

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