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Plainsong - Pages 79-99 (Guthrie, Ike and Bobby, Victoria Roubideaux) Summary & Analysis

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Pages 79-99 (Guthrie, Ike and Bobby, Victoria Roubideaux) Summary

Guthrie

Guthrie listens to students giving speeches. He calls on a female student who says she is not ready. He tells her to do the best she can, and she rushes through reading her few notes. Guthrie calls on a male student, and his report lasts less than a minute. When Guthrie asks why the report was so short, the student says he could not find any information on his topic. Guthrie asks again if the student was unable to find any information on Thomas Jefferson, and the student says indeed he could not.

The next student Guthrie calls is Victoria Roubideaux. While Victoria gives her speech, Guthrie's thoughts drift to Maggie Jones telling him that Victoria is staying with her. Guthrie thinks that Victoria is already looking better...

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