Wilde Lake - Section 3: Kodachrome - February 1 Summary & Analysis

Laura Lippman
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Section 3 continues Lu’s childhood story. Life magazine comes to the school and takes photos of AJ’s class. He and his friends are front and center. Instead of them being on the cover, though, they are in a section talking about sex, alcohol, and drugs. AJ writes his own article about the life of his friends in rebuttal for the local paper. A New York publishing house editor wants him to expand into it into a memoir. His father does not think it is a good idea, but he starts it. He never finishes it, though.

In the present, Lu goes to Rudy's parents’ house They agree to talk to her and tell her that he was 19 years old when he was diagnosed, but they do not say what with. He was a photographer and could not deal with the...

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