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Fifth-grade student Eliza Naumann is, and probably always will be, average. This is only unfortunate when one considers that Eliza is the only average member of the Naumann family. Other than an affinity for movies and television, there is not much that makes Eliza stand out. At McKinley Elementary school, Eliza is a mediocre student, at best.

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But then it turns up more often, seems clunky. You start to think there must be a better way to phrase things, connect two thoughts. Makes the book seem affected, elicit invective; become a projectile, collide with wall. When she wins a regional contest, her father begins to take notice of her -- and she soon begins to displace her smarter, more talented brother Aaron in his affections.

Advertisement: The story is fugue-like when it starts to come together. Saul sees something Kabbalistic in the way Eliza can intuit spelling words by having the letters fall into place all on their own -- a hint of a talent far beyond his own abilities.

As they practice together for the national spelling competition, he leads her carefully through an old Jewish mystical text and toward a state of biblioglossic transcendence in which the alphabet begins to crack open and reveal a hint of the light of God.

Racing ahead, Eliza begins to go further in her studies than her father realizes. The engine starts up and then fades in the distance until the loudest sound is the tick of the oven clock.

But this comes after a hundred or so pages of mostly arms-length, boilerplate description: "Saul has noted with approval the time Eliza now spends in her room," a typical passage reads.

Though he offers to help, Eliza feels protective of her practice sessions, takes a certain pride in studying alone.

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Bee Season: A Novel Summary & Study Guide

But then it turns up more often, seems clunky. You start to think there must be a better way to phrase things, connect two thoughts. Makes the book seem affected, elicit invective; become a projectile, collide with wall. When she wins a regional contest, her father begins to take notice of her -- and she soon begins to displace her smarter, more talented brother Aaron in his affections. Advertisement: The story is fugue-like when it starts to come together. Saul sees something Kabbalistic in the way Eliza can intuit spelling words by having the letters fall into place all on their own -- a hint of a talent far beyond his own abilities. As they practice together for the national spelling competition, he leads her carefully through an old Jewish mystical text and toward a state of biblioglossic transcendence in which the alphabet begins to crack open and reveal a hint of the light of God.

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BEE SEASON

After a while, taking a break from your pages of reading to play a little Johnny Mnemonic can be comforting no matter how well you actually do. But that could just be a fashion thing. Her answer was both thorough and inspiring. After a year and a half of encouraging rejection letters, we decided there was nowhere else to send it. It was with that time that I was able to write my second novel, this one, which became my first published novel. Myla is vehement in her reply.

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Each one moves in its own way, X cartwheeling over and over, C hopping forward, M and N marching stiff-legged and resolute. Both want children. She sees in Saul the househusband who will enable her parental ambitions without disabling her autonomy. In Miriam, Saul sees the means to a book-lined study and a lifestyle conducive to mystical advancement. They are both absolutely certain these things equal love. It will never cross her mind that the dog was a beagle and that she was knocked over from a surprise more than force.

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