A Solitary Blue - Part 2, Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Chapter 8 Summary

Jeff knows that the Professor doesn't expect him to get perfect grades or become popular at school, but merely wants Jeff to be okay, and Jeff finds he is okay at the new school. He doesn't attract much attention and the classes are easy for him. Jeff also finds that he doesn't feel uneasy on the nights the Professor stays in Baltimore with Brother Thomas. He enjoys watching the herons and playing his guitar, and actually feels comfortable in the silence and solitude. He observes the kids at Chrisfield and dresses and acts to blend in. He finds two other students, Phil Milson and Andy Barrows, interesting, but doesn't approach them. When Jeff gets his report card. He is shocked to find all "As" but the Professor is not. He tells Jeff that he has a high IQ, and Jeff realizes...

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