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Election: A Novel - 15 Summary & Analysis

Tom Perrotta
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Tracy Flick drives over to see Mr. M. at work. She reflects on whether or not she really let the high school experience slip by without ever having it. She realizes she has no close friends, and has no really fond memories from school.

Mr. M. is shocked to see her. Tracy has been preparing for the visit for the past year, though everything that made her originally angry at Mr. M. -the election -doesn't seem important anymore. She test drives a car with Mr. M., going to Winwood High School. Mr. M. is unsure about the trip, worried that Tracy might care if someone sees them together. Tracy doesn't care. She runs into the school and returns with her yearbook, asking Mr. M. to sign it, which he decides to do. She asks him if he thinks she is ready for college, and he...

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