The UnAmericans - A Difficult Phase, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 167 – 182. The next day, Talia is surprised (at home, where she lives with her parents) by a visit from Gali, who has taken her up on her invitation to come and listen to music. Gali is followed shortly by Tomer, who has come after her to take her home but instead stays for dinner, along with Gali. Talia listens as Tomer tells the story of what happened to Efrat, becoming somewhat upset at how emotionally her parents are responding. Eventually, the unusually polite Gali eventually excuses herself, Talia goes looking for her, finding her texting her boyfriend. The two of them again bond, this time over a borrowed blouse. Eventually, Tomer and Gali leave, but not before Talia again realizes how right it is that the she and Tomer are broken up. After they’ve gone, her parents suggest to the...

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