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Paper Towns Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Two, Chapters 12-13 Summary

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Part Two, Chapters 12-13 Summary

Over the course of an hour Q discovers a number of small changes in the minimall. First, blue painters tape covered the hole in the particle board Ben had created. One of the calendars had been changed from February to June. Q discovers some of Margo's nail polish and some carpet that smelled like her lilac shampoo. He knew she had been there after they parted ways. So Q decided to wait for her. It occurs to him that it would be very "unMargo" for her to stay there, as boring as it was. But Q realizes that it only seemed "unMargo" because he didn't really know her. Perhaps no one did. The quiet of the souvenir store led him to reread "Song of Myself" which drew him to the metaphor of grass that Whitman uses to symbolize a wide range...

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