The Most Fun We Ever Had - Pages 266 - 351 Summary & Analysis

Claire Lombardo
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This section begins with a flashback entitled "1996," that describes how Gillian Levin and David's friendship deepens. The two begin to go out to dinner together and David questions whether or not it is inappropriate, despite its platonic nature. Gillian is lonely, with few connections and David is immersed in his practice, marriage, and growing family. It serves as a reprieve for both. At home, Violet questions Marilyn about her choice to give up college in order to be a full-time mom.

As Chapter 18 begins, Liza appears on Wendy's door to discuss Ryan's departure. Wendy feels he should come back to his responsibilities but Liza tells her that she is not sure that is the best plan given his limitations. She feels as though Ryan is a child of sorts, and questions how he could possibly help raise a child. Wendy reassures her that...

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