The November Criminals - Chapters 12 - 13 Summary & Analysis

Sam Munson
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In Chapter 12, Addison points out that he talks a lot about the Aeneid, and that readers will expect him to come to some conclusion about that, such as comparing himself to the hero of that story. He promises that will not happen but that he does feel a connection to the minor character, Neoptolemus. Addison says Neoptolemus demonstrates the fact that having a plan is equivalent to an expectation of failure. A person who is going to succeed has no need to plan out the details.

Addison has no energy in the weeks after he and Digger confronted Mike. One of his teachers takes it as an improved attitude because Addison no longer speaks out when he disagrees with people. Another important aspect of that time is that his father dresses as Sherlock Holmes and has his girlfriend, Fatima, dress up as Mr...

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