The Wangs Vs The World - Page 129-143 Summary & Analysis

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While Saina experienced an existential crisis about her identity as an artist, Andrew was undergoing something decidedly less intellectual, namely a masturbation session with a packet of ketchup. He was interrupted, however, when his family arrived, and he was forced to wash up and prepare himself for his new identity--that of a son, brother, and middle-child. After greeting Grace, who knew exactly what he had been up to, Andrew climbed into the station wagon with the rest of the family, his eyes shielded by glasses so no one could see his tears. As they drove away, his father criticized him again for wanting to go into comedy, a profession that he knew his father sees as unmanly.

Later at a cheap hotel somewhere in Texas, Grace talked to Andrew, quoting Virginia Woolf as she drank small bottles of liquor. She had realized at...

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