Annie on My Mind - Chapters 17-18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 17-18 Summary

Liza and Chad are watching the Mets on television when they hear the post arrive. Chad runs downstairs to pick it up, but he is soon calling for Liza to come down as well. A letter has arrived from the trustees' board - the verdict of the hearing. At this point Liza states she doesn't particularly want to go back to Foster's and would be relieved if they expelled her. The only problem is that an expulsion would go on her record, which could in turn delay her entrance to MIT. Nervously she opens the letter.

In the letter Mr. Turner explains that Liza is not only free to go back to Foster's, but, if she wants, she can keep her position as class president. They can see no reason whatsoever to punish her further.

It is Liza's first day back...

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