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The View from Saturday Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 11 Summary

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Chapter 11 Summary

In the van on the way home from the finals, Mrs. Olinski feels a curious sense of loss. She speaks of it to Mr. Singh, who explains that she is missing that sense of preparation and excitement with which she has been living for months. Mr. Singh advises Mrs. Olinski to enjoy this port of call just as much as she has enjoyed the journey.

Mrs. Olinski asks Mr. Singh if he knows why she chose The Souls. Mr. Singh explains that each of The Souls had a journey, each found something on their journey, and each came through the journey changed. Noah was changed at Century Village, Nadia was changed at the Sargasso Sea, Ethan was changed on a bus ride, and Julian was changed in the transition from life at sea to life at a public middle school. Each person saw kindness, each recognized it...

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