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The Rosie Project - Chapters 34 - 36 Summary & Analysis

Graeme Simsion
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At home, Don drinks some tequila and watches Casablanca to try to understand why people think the movie is so sad. Claudia and Gene arrive to see if Don is OK but Don will not let them in. Don returns a voice message to his family who wish him a happy birthday. Don sips tequila and evaluates that now at the age of 40, he is better equipped to navigate in the world and that is all thanks to the Rosie Project. Don has learned 7 major things about himself but feels melancholy which he feels is the effect of the disastrous evening and Rosie's refusal of his marriage proposal.

In Chapter 35, Don wakes up in the chair on the balcony and begins to evaluate his position to embark on the next half of his life. Don now knows 4 things about himself: he is wired...

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