Then We Came to the End - The Thing to Do and the Place to Be Summary & Analysis

Joshua Ferris
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On the night before her surgery, Lynn goes home but feels anxious with no work to keep her occupied. Lynn reflects on the day, especially Yop's breaking down when she terminated him. Lynn has grown immune to the emotions surrounding the layoffs. Lynn talks to her cat and wonders where Martin is tonight and she knows that he is probably at his law office working late as usual. Lynn's order of Chinese food arrives and after a third glass of wine, Lynn still wonders what Martin is doing. Lynn tries to distract herself with the remnants of ice cream and cleaning out her bedroom closet but soon abandons that and finishes the bottle of wine.

Martin Grant is a 45-year-old attorney who has never married. He and Lynn have dated for a year but he is...

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