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Up a Road Slowly Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 8 Summary

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Chapter 8 Summary

Carlotta thinks that Julie's decision to live at Aunt Cordelia's house during her high school years is a sign of madness, because no boy will want to drive out to the country to pick up Julie for dates. If the distance from town were not enough of a deterrent, surely no boy would want to encounter Aunt Cordelia if he did not have to. Carlotta's predictions are amazingly accurate for Julie's first two years of high school, and Julie's social life exists of attending college programs with her father. Although her father introduced Julie to some of his college students, they were more interested in girls on campus, and Julie resigns herself to her fate of not being one of the "in-group" girls in town.

Julie's luck with boys changes during her junior year when a boy named Brett Kingsman enrolls in school when his father is...

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