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The Amateurs Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 22, 23 & 24 Summary

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Chapters 22, 23 & 24 Summary and Analysis

Chapter 22: There are signs of trouble with Bouscaren. He is aware that Brad Lewis and Paul Enquist rowing as a double are a real threat to his double with Altekruse. Bouscaren's anxiety is visible and other members of the team have been hassling Bouscaren. Coach Harry Parker observes and notes all of this with a grain of salt and an eye for the effects of this. The next set of races are at Princeton. Brad Lewis & Paul Enquist are growing focused and arrogant in their boat. This proves to be justified when they win one of their first races by 6 lengths. They are being assisted by a man named Tony Johnson; he is an older man, something of a mentor. Oarsmen are not normally obscene but in the case of the Lewis-Enquist double, the two are openly hostile. Brad is even having a better time...

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