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The Year of Secret Assignments Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11: Autumn Term/Lydia and Seb Summary

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Chapter 11: Autumn Term/Lydia and Seb Summary

Lydia writes another fantasy-laden letter to Seb. Though she wasn't serious about the marijuana, she accepts his challenge to set off his school alarm, claiming to have "the perfect person for the job" (Page 74). She dares him to participate in a series of "covert operations" to determine which of them excels at risky behavior. She is impressed by the artistic ability he demonstrates in the drawing he sends her. Seb still questions whether she is serious. As the time for the prescribed false alarm approaches and Seb doesn't hear from Lydia, he writes increasingly angry letters, accusing her of being untrustworthy. But when the alarm goes off, he gushingly thanks her for following through. She still doesn't respond though he sends her many admiring letters. Lydia finally rebukes him for calling her a deceitful snake over something...

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