Willow - Chapters 7 & 8 Summary & Analysis

Julia Hoban
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Chapters 7 & 8 Summary

Willow is at the art supply store buying boxes of fresh razor blades. As she leaves the store, whistling to herself, she bumps into her brother drinking coffee at a nearby café. Immediately, Willow realizes that her brother is in town for parent-teacher conferences at her school and is overwhelmed with guilt. David shouldn't be going to these meetings for at least 15 years, with Isabelle's teachers. Still, she tries to be nonchalant, even sitting with David for a cup of coffee. David lies to Willow, saying that he's in town just to get some fresh air between classes. His answers outrage Willow, who desperately wants her brother to just be honest with her! For a moment, the tension between the siblings is lifted when they discuss what books they are each reading. When Willow mentions that she has been reading Tristes Tropiques, David's...

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