Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie - Chapters 16 through 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16 through 18 Summary

In chapter sixteen, Scott sees Lee reading a copy of Byron's poems and asks if she knows his poem about the vampire. She quotes some of it, says she has it at home, and offers to let Scott borrow the book. He declines. Scott searches for the poem online but can't figure out how to spell the title Lee had given him. The following day, Lee and Mouth are both absent from school. Scott says Mouth has always missed a lot of school and he has a mental image of Mouth being hooked up to a dictionary via an IV in an effort to refuel his word pool for his incessant talking. When Scott gets home, Bobby's returned. The following weekend, Lee returns to school and hands Scott a book. He notices she has bandages on both wrists and can't stop...

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