Willow - Chapters 5 & 6 Summary & Analysis

Julia Hoban
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Chapters 5 & 6 Summary

Willow sits outside the University, trying to study. There's a girl talking on her phone nearby, which is a huge distraction. As she listens to the girl talk, Willow feels overwhelmed missing her own friends, the friends she has no relationship with anymore. Lost in thought, Willow is interrupted by Guy, who sits down casually next to her, picks up her book, and rifles through it, teasing her, as if they are old friends. Guy's nonchalant attitude jars Willow from her reverie. All she wants to do is get away from Guy, to keep him at a distance, to cut. Guy doesn't understand why Willow is acting so cold to him, and when she tries to run away, he grabs her arm hoping to talk to her. His grip accidentally rips open the many cuts on her wrist and she begins to bleed...

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