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Fever Pitch Chapter Summary & Analysis - Walking Distance, Arsenal v. Sheffield Wednesday, 21.1.89; Tyranny, Arsenal v. Charlton, 21.3.89; Hillsborough, Arsenal v. Newcastle, 15.4.89; The Greatest Moment Ever, Liverpool v. Arsenal, 26.5.89; and Seats, Arsenal v. Coventry, 22.8.89 Summary

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Walking Distance, Arsenal v. Sheffield Wednesday, 21.1.89; Tyranny, Arsenal v. Charlton, 21.3.89; Hillsborough, Arsenal v. Newcastle, 15.4.89; The Greatest Moment Ever, Liverpool v. Arsenal, 26.5.89; and Seats, Arsenal v. Coventry, 22.8.89 Summary and Analysis

Nick Hornby moves to north London, within walking distance to the Arsenal stadium. He goes to his first home game Saturday, feeling as though his personal history is tied into the neighborhood. However, he soon realizes the move doesn't change anything, since no one near the stadium is an Arsenal fan. (Tyranny, Arsenal v. Charlton, 21.3.89) Nick is now an adult and cannot use youth to explain away his obsession. His family can't plan any important events without consulting him about the football schedule. He misses a close friend's birthday party to go to a game...

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