Someone Like You - Study Guide Part 2, Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 15 Summary

As Macon drives her home, Halley apologizes for getting sick and not sleeping with him. Macon is furious and driving way too fast. Halley tells him that she wanted to do it, but it hadn't felt right. He doesn't understand. Halley can tell he isn't going to stop for the red light ahead, and as they speed through the intersection, she sees bright yellow lights come over his face and then hears something big and loud hit her door, sending glass flying everywhere.

Part 2, Chapter 15 Analysis

The car accident in this chapter serves as a physical manifestation of the troubled route Halley and Macon's relationship is on. Macon's carelessness in driving parallels his carelessness with Halley's feelings, her virginity and her person. Macon's inability to understand Halley's reasons for not sleeping with him also emphasizes how right her decision to wait actually is.

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