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The View from Saturday

The View from Saturday

  

by E. L. Konigsburg

The View from Saturday Chapter 10 Summary

  • Bowl time again. Neither team can get a good lead over the other team, and it's time for another flashback to a profound conversation between Mrs. O and Mr. Singh. Moral of the conversation: live for the journey, not the end.
  • Of course, it helps if the journey ends in victory.
  • Back to the bowl, and it's time for the last question. It's about Alice in Wonderland. Scratch that: it's about Through the Looking Glass.
  • Either way, you know that Julian's got it. And he does. And it's victory.
  • To accept their trophy, of course, The Souls walk off stage to stand by Mrs. Olinski. (Evidently, the stage isn't handicap-accessible.)

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