Early Autumn - Study Guide Chapters 20 through 26 Summary & Analysis

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Spenser notes that he'd never been to a ballet before and that he wasn't looking forward to the next time, though Paul is obviously in love with the art form. When Spenser asks if Paul would like to dance, Paul spouts the theories of his parents - that male dancers are fags, as are men who enjoy books or cooking. Spenser then asks what Paul would do if he were given the opportunity to do anything at all, and whether he would choose to take dance lessons. Paul, who has always shrugged off decisions and refused to make commitments saying that he enjoys or doesn't enjoy anything, nods that he would like to take dance lessons.

On a day in late May, Paul and Spenser run five miles and Paul works hard at the bags. Spenser notes that he's gained some in height and wonders...

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