My Most Excellent Year: A Novel of Love, Mary Poppins, and Fenway Park - Chapter 17 - 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 17 - 22 Summary

Julie Andrews writes back to Alejandra, T.C., and Augie for Hucky. They decide to keep the letter for when Hucky is older, because they are trying to find a way to tell him what happens in the movie "Mary Poppins" isn't real, and Julie Andrews's letter is beautiful but fantastical. Augie also lets T.C. know that Andy was apparently ashamed of Augie's flamboyancy, and T.C. says he'll beat up Andy. T.C. decides he wants to name a star after Hucky when they go to Plum Island. T.C. is learning more and more about Hucky, who, for example, hates the Backstreet Boys but likes 'N Sync.

The trip to Plum Island begins, and Lori comes along. So do Alejandra and Augie, who sing all the songs from "Kiss Me, Kate" on the drive to the water. That...

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