A Personal Matter - Chapters 9 and 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 9 and 10 Summary

Chapter 9 - The next day, Bird drives Himiko's car to his job at the school, where he learns that the troublesome student who threatened to report his apparently hung-over behavior to the Principal (see Chapter 5) has done exactly that, and that he (Bird) is to meet the Principal after class. He also receives a sealed letter, but decides to save opening it until later. After he teaches his class, he visits the Principal and, almost before the Principal can say anything, offers his resignation, commenting on how upset his father-in-law (the Professor) will be. After leaving the school, Bird encounters the second student from that fateful class (the one who told the first student to be quiet). When he learns that Bird told the truth about what happened (that he had a hangover), the second student offers to help him find...

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