Hope Was Here - Chapters 9 and 10 Summary & Analysis

Joan Bauer
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Chapters 9 and 10 Summary

Chapter 9

At the Election Board, G. T., Sid, Braverman, Adam and Hope were disappointed when the official told them that the addresses were wrong on the signatures of fifty-five voters. At first, she refused to give G. T. more time but Pastor Hall appealed to her faith—reminding her that He always gives a second chance. The official reluctantly gave G. T. a new deadline of five o'clock that evening to correct the errors. Everyone ran out to get to work. Sid yelled at everyone to get extra signatures.

Hope went alone to the parking lot of the Farmer's Market in search of signatures. Two young men, who appeared to be full of beer, began to tease and taunt her. She tried to evade them but one of them grabbed her. She yelled for help. Deputy Babcock was nearby and...

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