All the Bright Places - Part 1: Finch: Day 6 (Still) of Being Awake Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Niven
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Summary

In his U.S. Geography class, Finch learns Hoosier Hill is the highest spot in the state of Indiana, his home state. Finch suggests the class should be allowed a field trip to see that spot. The teacher allows Finch’s comment but makes it plain the comment wasn’t appreciated. As the teacher continues talking about the sights in Indiana, Violet comes in late and accidently drops her books. Finch knocks his own books off the desk and turns his chair over, taking the focus off Violet. After Finch has collected his books, Mr. Black explains the members in the class will be working in two-person teams to visit and report on at least two wonders of Indiana. Finch asks the teacher if they can pick their own partners, then announces he wants to partner with Violet...

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