Freak the Mighty - Chapters 13 and 14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 and 14 Summary

Chapter 13: American Chop Suey

By October of the school year, things are going fairly well. Although Max still will not talk in front of the class, Mrs. Donelli is able to determine that Max is learning and when talking one-on-one with her can provide the correct answers to test questions. He just freezes up in front of the class and is unable to adequately express himself in the written word. The reading skills tutor, Mr. Meehan, is pleased with his progress and Max's test results provide evidence that he is not disabled or dyslexic at all. Mr. Meehan always thought he was just lazy or stubborn or both.

Friday the thirteenth is not a good day for either Max or Freak. Max is called to the office alone where he learns that his father wants him to appear at his parole...

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