I Am the Cheese - Section 9 Summary & Analysis

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Section 9 Summary

Adam is at a Howard Johnson's along the highway, taking a break from his bike journey. He needs to talk to Amy Hertz to calm his nerves. He wishes he had taken his medicine, and he wishes he had used the bathroom in Fairfield instead of racing through the town. Now he is hungry and discouraged. Amy helps him not be so discouraged. She refreshes his spirit and makes him laugh. He loves her.

It's too early still to call Amy; she is still in school. Adam focuses on finding a bathroom to use. The one at the Howard Johnson's doesn't have a window in it and he can't stand places without windows. He uses a bathroom at the gas station then tries calling Amy anyway. No one answers. Rutterburg seems far away and impossible to reach. The hamburger he ate at Howard Johnson's is giving him...

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