Will Grayson, Will Grayson - chapters 13-16 Summary & Analysis

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chapters 13-16 Summary

Chapter 13: Will wakes up at 5:43 am to the sound of a car horn blaring outside his house. The horn wakes Will and his parents. Will runs to the entry way to see Tiny's car outside. Tiny is blowing the horn, eager to get Will's attention. Will goes outside and asks Tiny what on earth he is doing. Tiny, hyped up on Red Bull, urges Will to get into the car because they need to get to school. It turns out that Tiny does not actually need Will for anything, he just wants the company while he works on the play. Will goes along for the ride.

The boys discuss the play, "Tiny Dancer" and as usual, talk about Tiny's sense of fabulousness.

Although Tiny is he first to talk about his fabulosity, he tells Will that he realizes the play must...

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