My Most Excellent Year: A Novel of Love, Mary Poppins, and Fenway Park - Chapter 1 - 8 Summary & Analysis

Steve Kluger
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Chapter 1 - 8 Summary

Anthony "T.C." Keller is writing his 11th grade English assignment that will be attached to his college application, which he calls "My Most Excellent Year." T.C. lives in Boston, and he recounts his family history as being closely-tied to baseball. His father, Theodore is a world-famous batter, who now owns and runs a construction company. T.C. has a good friend named Augie, whom he considers a brother. He meets Augie when they are in first grade, just after T.C.'s mother dies. Augie lives in the Kennedy half of Brookline. They enjoy racing bikes. T.C. briefly mentions his ninth-grade year, which is his most excellent year, a year he was drop-kicked by a six year-old and the girl of his dreams.

Augie Hwong is also writing his 11th grade English essay about his most excellent year...

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