The Selection - Chapters 16-18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 16

In the morning, Marlee tells America about her date with Prince Maxon: they went to the movies, and he made popcorn for her. She and America exclaim on the prince’s ability to seem totally engrossed with them when he is with them. They look at the other girls, half of whom are grumpy for not having had their date with Prince Maxon yet. A girl named Tuesday asks America about her second date with Prince Maxon, and complains about the injustice, when many girls hadn’t seen him once yet. Across the room, a girl slaps Celeste across the face. America knows she was provoked, because Celeste can be like that, but the girl is asked to leave by dinner.

Chapter 17

The girls get a history lesson on the background of Illéa, which is news to America, since she was...

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