The Art of Fielding - Chapters 17-32 Summary & Analysis

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As Chapter 17 opens, President Affenlight is making his way to Owen's dorm room in Phumber Hall. Once inside the room itself, he looks around at Owen's orderly belongings, and discovers a pornographic image of a naked young man on Owen's laptop. President Affenlight begins to wonder whether Owen would find an older man such as himself attractive. Before President Affenlight can make his way out, Henry returns from dinner; the young ballplayer is disconcerted by President Affenlight's surprise visit, but President Affenlight explains that he is picking up Owen's eyeglasses. After President Affenlight leaves, Henry fields two phone calls. The first is from Owen, who is stunned and pleased to learn that Henry is being considered for professional baseball; the second is from Dwight Rogner, a scout for the Saint Louis Cardinals, who believes that Henry would be an excellent fit for the...

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