Is it the ivy or the sidewalk?

Stephen Schmidt

Senior Member
<-----Excess quote removed by moderator (Florentia52)-----> I want to fall on the sidewalk right there and drag myself into the ivy. Because just beyond the ivy the sidewalk curves, following the outside of the school parking lot. It cuts through the front lawn and into the main building. It leads through the front doors and turns into a hallway, which meanders between rows of lockers and classrooms on both sides, finally entering the always-open door to first period.
Hi, everyone.
This is 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher. What does It refer to? Is it the ivy or the sidewalk?
Thanks in advance.
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  • PaulQ

    English - England
    The first refers to the sidewalk; the second describes the way that he takes.

    I suspect that in the context that comes before this, which you did not give, the narrator is speaking about his way to somewhere.
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