Noggin - Part 6, Chapters 23 – 25 Summary & Analysis

John Corey Whaley
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Too Complicated To Explain – Travis and Cate go out to a new coffee bar, with Cate’s references to the few boyfriends she had since Travis’ “death” leading him to a feeling of pride that she managed to get on with her life, and a desire in them both to visit the park where they used to hang out. While there, conversation seems so casual and so comfortable that Travis feels they can really be friends – at least, he thinks, until they turn into something more. A few days later, Cate surprises Travis with a visit to the art gallery to see the original of a painting that Travis had on a poster in his old bedroom – “The Great Wave off Kanagawa”, a depiction of a small, frail-looking boat about to be swamped by a huge wave. Travis is moved to tears, admitting...

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