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Election: A Novel - 9 Summary & Analysis

Tom Perrotta
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9 Summary

Mrs. Warren cannot understand why Tammy would want to get herself expelled from school. Tammy explains to Paul later that night that she wants to begin a new life, to start all over. Mr. M. wonders why Sherry would suddenly stop their affair. He spends the night in his car in Sherry's driveway, waiting for her to come home. She never does. When Mr. M. gets home, he finds a red bag on the front porch with his things in it and a note that tells him not to come inside. When he arrives at school, he sees Tracy and her mother, Barbara, setting up a table full of cupcakes the two of them have baked. It is election day at school. Mr. M. realizes that Tracy smells blood.

9 Analysis

Tammy confesses to Paul that she wants to start her life over again. That Tammy...

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