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amartin6 [Relationship with Jen]
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 Eric first comes to know [[Jen]] when he leaves his book in the library, and upon retrieving it, finds that she has made several notes in the margins next to his own. They continue this correspondence for a while, exchanging the book without meeting and communicating only through notes written in the book, and occasionally pieces of paper inserted between the pages. Eric feels he can trust Jen, and he tells her about his troubled past and current struggles with Professor Moody. By chapter 3, the suspicions that Jen and Eric may have a connection on the romantic side are affirmed with the purple and red conversation that comments on Jen's statement in blue: "​Interesting - affection between them is immediately apparent - even in such a strange context."​((pg. 76)) Then later in the chapter, Eric writes in huge letters "JEN: I LIKE YOU," confirming his affections even at this earlier stage. ((Bottom of pg. 83)).  On pg. 281, Eric tells Jen he's "never gotten so close to loving someone before."​ Jen and Eric have also slept together as we see on pg. 290. Eric first comes to know [[Jen]] when he leaves his book in the library, and upon retrieving it, finds that she has made several notes in the margins next to his own. They continue this correspondence for a while, exchanging the book without meeting and communicating only through notes written in the book, and occasionally pieces of paper inserted between the pages. Eric feels he can trust Jen, and he tells her about his troubled past and current struggles with Professor Moody. By chapter 3, the suspicions that Jen and Eric may have a connection on the romantic side are affirmed with the purple and red conversation that comments on Jen's statement in blue: "​Interesting - affection between them is immediately apparent - even in such a strange context."​((pg. 76)) Then later in the chapter, Eric writes in huge letters "JEN: I LIKE YOU," confirming his affections even at this earlier stage. ((Bottom of pg. 83)).  On pg. 281, Eric tells Jen he's "never gotten so close to loving someone before."​ Jen and Eric have also slept together as we see on pg. 290.
  
-On pg. 318, we see Eric has written a paper for Jen on "​Rain."​ The only author for this poem (if that is what it indeed ​is) is by Shel Silverstein.  ​+On pg. 318, we see Eric has written a paper for Jen on "​Rain."​ The only author for this poem (if that is what it is) is by Shel Silverstein.  ​
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