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The View from Saturday Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10 Summary

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Chapter 10 Summary

With the points for "tip" restored, Epiphany is in the lead at the finals. Maxwell pulls ahead, then Epiphany, then Maxwell, and so on. In the van on the way to the finals, Mr. Singh compliments Mrs. Olinski on her driving, commenting that he is not a very good driver himself, after so many years at sea. Mrs. Olinski says that since her accident it is usually harder for her to be a passenger than a driver. Mr. Singh agrees, saying that that is often true; it requires more courage to be taken than to be in charge. Mrs. Olinski comments that Julian measures a journey by quarter inches, meaning that he is focused on the present and not impatient for what comes next. Mr. Singh says that is a skill he learned on the ship.

The commissioner of education enjoys the mounting tension of the finals...

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