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The Rosie Project - Chapters 28 - 30 Summary & Analysis

Graeme Simsion
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Don is on emotional overload due to the time he has spent with Rosie in New York. Don now knows that showing the sexual positions book to Rosie in her hotel room was not the right thing to do. Rosie had been wearing only a towel and they had kissed so the book was not necessary at the time. Don tries to analyze his behavior and comes up with three theories: he was afraid he could not perform sexually, he did not have a condom, and he could not deal with the emotional consequences.

When Don returns to Australia, he has dinner with Gene and Claudia and they are more interested in how the time went with Rosie instead of where he went and what he saw in New York.

One day Gene approaches Don in the University Club dining room and questions...

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