Will Grayson, Will Grayson - chapters 5-8 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter five details a boring weekend at home for Will. There is no reason to go outside. It's cold outside and there is nothing to do. Neither Tiny nor Jane is available or online. Will focuses on doing his homework and studying precalc. Will's father decides that he wants to speak with Will in the living room. The thought of meeting in the living room causes a sense of dread in Will. "My stomach flips a bit because the living room is the room least likely to be lived in, the room where the nonexistence of Santa is revealed, where grandmothers die, where grades are frowned upon, and where one learns that a man's station wagon goes inside a woman's garage, and the exits the garage, and then enters again and so on until an egg is fertilized, and etc" (chap...

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