My Most Excellent Year: A Novel of Love, Mary Poppins, and Fenway Park - Chapter 9 - 16 Summary & Analysis

Steve Kluger
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Chapter 9 - 16 Summary

Augie is coming around to the fact that he's gay, and cannot stop thinking about Andy. Augie asks T.C. what he thinks, and T.C. says he already knew Augie was gay. He begins choosing a different diva every week to call his diary. It is also revealed that Lee is spying for both T.C. and Augie. Lee directs Augie to seek out Alejandra while she is at dance at the Lycee. Augie wants her to perform the closing act of the talent show. Alejandra won't, because she doesn't want her parents to discover her secret life as a dancer.

Craig and Ted e-mail each other about Augie's first date, and Ted's first date with Lori.

Alejandra puts together the schedule for the show. She will indeed be performing a vocal and dance routine to "The Music and the...

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