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  1. Posted 9 March 2013 at 6.45pm | Permalink

    Thank you for this! Although it doesn’t answer two very important questions I have about this story: 1) What does Spencer do to get the moral relativism writing assignment punishment, and 2) How does Spencer know George’s mother? I will forever be trying to figure these things out.

  2. Devje
    Posted 15 March 2013 at 2.16pm | Permalink

    1. Coming in after curfew.

    2. She doesn’t know Mrs Kochanski; she goes there looking for Ashley. i appreciate it’s implied, rather than explicit, because it’s told from Ashley’s POV, but Spencer has been interested in Ashley for a long time. She’s followed her to the clearing; she knows where the Kochanskis live.

  3. Angie
    Posted 16 March 2013 at 2.18pm | Permalink

    I never thought I’d get an answer to these, so thanks! I just figured, with Spencer being the poster child for Our Lady, she may have met Mrs Kochanski at a community event where she was a volunteer or something.

    And Spencer’s interest in Ashley is never in doubt. She wouldn’t have built up such a protective wall against her had she been indifferent to or unaffected by Ashely. I just didn’t consider she would go as far as cold calling George’s mom to get closer to her. I don’t know why, but I appreciate her chutzpah just the same. Clearly, it worked in her favour.

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