Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie - Chapters 13 through 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13 through 15 Summary

In chapter thirteen, Scott presents his speech. He points out that there are nine kids running for student council and that each member of the student body gets three votes. He presents the idea that most of them don't have more than two friends running for student council so challenges them to give him their third vote just to see if he can bring some fresh ideas to the student government.

Scott goes to English class where he discovers that not all poetry is horrible and he's struck by some that's really good. Mr. Franka teases him with the information that Byron wrote a poem about vampires but doesn't tell him the name of the poem and Scott has no luck finding it on his own. At the end of the class, Mr. Franka says that April is national poetry month...

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