Wilson - Pages 35-48 Summary & Analysis

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At Huddle House, Wilson admits to his waitress that he is hoping that his ex-wife will stop by the restaurant while he is eating there. He describes his ex-wife’s life to the waitress who recognizes that he is Wilson before he recognizes her as Pipi. The two go out for drinks and Wilson tries to compliment Pipi on how good she looks. However, his compliment comes out distorted because he points out in his “compliment” that she has gained weight and that she looks good in consideration of what she has been through. At a movie after drinks, Wilson tells Pipi that he loved her, but that he could never seem to make her happy. She questions if he ever got a job, indicating the fact he did not work was some cause for her unhappiness. Pipi seems interested when Wilson tells...

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