Baseball in April and Other Stories - Study Guide Seventh Grade Summary & Analysis

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In the story Seventh Grade, Victor goes to school for the first day in seventh grade. He has spent the summer vacation picking grapes and doing other jobs to earn money to purchase his school clothes. He is familiar with the school and its processes and has elected to take French as his sole elective. Victor has chosen French primarily because he already speaks Spanish well and because the girl on whom he has an unspoken crush, Teresa, is taking French as her elective. Victor is fairly certain they will be in the same French class. Victor and Teresa also share a homeroom class to begin the day. Victor's attraction to Teresa is fairly common knowledge at the school and even Teresa knows about it. She talks to Victor after homeroom but he is shy and flustered. Instead of replying, he says something stupid. Victor's...

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