The Wangs Vs The World - Page 108-128 Summary & Analysis

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Following the narrative's discussion of the causes of the economic downturn of 2008, the novel then turns to Saina, who had been somewhat absent as the story followed the fortunes of the part of the Wang family that was on the road. As Charles, Barbara, and Grace headed toward Andrew to pick him up from school, Saina dealt with the aftermath of her poor decisions about Grayson. She wanted to go to the farmers market, to prepare for her family's arrival, but she was afraid to face Leo, a farmer who brought his wares to the market. As she watched him help his customers, she saw him as tall and sure and wished that Grayson had met that version of Leo. Comparing him to a certain senator from Illinois, Saina critiqued the "Upper West Side transplants," who were buying his organic produce (109). But she...

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