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The View from Saturday

The View from Saturday

  

by E. L. Konigsburg

The View from Saturday Chapter 2 Summary

  • We're back at the final match of the bowl. You didn't forget where we were, did you?
  • Mrs. Olinski and the district superintendent, Dr. Roy Clayton Rohmer, watch the guy asking the questions. He is super fancy.
  • Mrs. Olinski thinks back on when she ran into Dr. Rohmer a few weeks ago. Let's put it this way: He's not the kindest of the bunch.
  • More thinking on Mrs. O's part. This time, it's about Nadia, who recently moved to Epiphany. It's taken Nadia a while to warm up to everyone, and Mrs. Olinski was thrilled when Nadia started being friendly to her.
  • And fancy that—Nadia answers the next question in the match, which is about the Atlantic Ocean.

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