The Strange and Beautiful Sorrows of Ava Lavender - Chapter 6 – Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6 – In September, Viviane turns 17. She is one year and two months younger than Jack. Jack is depressed, for he has tried to enlist in the military, but is rejected for poor eyesight and flat feet, which enrages his father. He tells Jack that no girl would ever be caught with an Army reject. Viviane, however, loves Jack, and takes comfort in the fact that he will not be across an ocean fighting, but only a few hundred miles upstate at college in Walla Walla. Before Jack leaves for college, he tells her that he loves her. Viviane is thrilled, and shouts about it all the way home.

Chapter 7 – It is the morning of the summer solstice. Viviane is brokenhearted, for Jack has stopped writing letters to her, and is unreachable by phone – for more than five months. It is also at this...

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