The Beginning of Everything - Chapters 21-23 Summary & Analysis

Robyn Schneider
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In Chapter 21, Ezra says he has come to realize that he is no longer “Ezra Faulkner, golden boy,” and that he can accept his new life. He has been so focused on the things that are wrong in his life that he's having to learn to look for what's right. One night, after going to a movie, Cassidy remarks that it's “creepy” to hear so many people saying almost exactly the same thing. Ezra promises that they will be different. He challenges her to tell him something from her childhood. She says she cried at her seventh birthday because someone else blew out her candles. She asks him for a story in return. He says he and Toby buried a bunch of Emily's plastic jewelry, thinking they could then dig up the “buried treasure.” He says they got in trouble. He explains that...

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