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We Were the Mulvaneys - The Huntsman: Valedictorian Speech Summary & Analysis

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The Huntsman: Valedictorian Speech Summary

Before leaving for college, Patrick Mulvaney is valedictorian of his graduating class. At first, Patrick is unsure if he should do the speech. He's so full of anger and disgust at his classmates for their treatment of his family, especially his sister, after the rape. He's not sure he even wants to prepare and perform a speech regarding their future. He's especially aware that Zachary Lundt will be in attendance. However, Patrick eventually decides he must go ahead.

On the day of graduation, Patrick chooses to go to the school early to finish work on his speech. This greatly disappoints Corrine, who had hoped to have the whole family ride in together. When the Mulvaneys do arrive at the graduation, Judd wonders if they are lepers for the way the rest of the attendees openly avoid them. Corrine does not seem...

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