The Interestings - Part Three, Chapters Eighteen and Nineteen Summary & Analysis

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Part Three, Chapters Eighteen and Nineteen

In Chapter Eighteen, Jules realizes how much work the camp involves. It is not the place that she remembers from her teenage years. Even though she is overcome by the work, she feels awed and inspired when the students perform.

In Chapter Nineteen, the hyper-rich attend Ethan’s Master Seminars. He justifies these seminars by thinking of the way that much of the proceeds go to the Anti-Child-Labor Initiative. A boy in the class tells Ethan he is an animator. Ethan encourages him but tells him that he might want to rethink his career plans. He considers that he was mean to the boy and thinks how he should do something nice to make up for it. His assistant tells him that his special guest for the week is there. He goes to...

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