The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry - Part I, Chapter 6: The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County Summary & Analysis

Gabrielle Zevin
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The chapter title is a book written by Mark Twain and reminds A.J. of the time when Leon Friedman, the author of "The Late Bloomer," came to town, an event covered in this chapter. In his notes, he tells Maya to ask Amy about it someday. He also lets Maya know that at this point in his life, he cannot remember ever being happier as he watches her and Amy read on Amy's old purple couch.

The beginning of the chapter contains several conversations in a row about Amelia and A.J.'s long-distance relationship and how it would be great if Amelia could move to Alice Island, but how difficult that would be on her given her job and travel schedule. A.J. looks for a reason to have Amelia schedule an additional...

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