Alice, I Think - Chapter 13 New Frontiers Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13 New Frontiers Summary

Bob gives Alice a tape to listen to but it is too depressing for her. Alice's father and his friends are over at their house for poker night. Alice describes her father's poker friends. Finn is being gay, highly unfashionable, and Alice tells the story of a time when he was dating a terminal man and had to break up with him because the man was too positive and happy. Next is Marcus, he is a taxi driver in his forties who always dates young girls in their twenties. Kelly is a quiet sensitive man who often cries when he gets drunk. After a night of heavy drinking Kelly talks the guys into going to pay their respects to Princess Diana at her memorial service. Because they are so drunk and Alice's mother is gone, they ask Alice to...

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