Finding Forrester

Feel free to experiment with
a more proactive approach. The--

Mr. Wallace!
l had a chance this morning...
:45:17 review the files sent over
by your former school.

Test scores, impressive.
Actual classroom work...
...not so impressive.
ls this...
...the level of work
l should anticipate, Mr. Wallace?

Because if it is...
:45:40 will help me determine whether
l should treat you as a student...

...or as someone here
simply to pursue--

How should l put it?
Other endeavors?
Of course your work will give you
ample opportunity to respond.

Good day, Mr. Wallace.
Just so you know,
you handled that the right way.

How's that?
You didn't say anything.
lt's the ones that do
that run into trouble.

-John Coleridge.
-Jamal Wallace.

So how many people do say something?
And actually stay in Crawford's class?
Not many.
l missed what you said.
l didn't say anything.
You read all these?
No, l just keep them
to impress all my visitors.

All your visitors.
We talk about your book at school.
People have been talking
about it for years.

They just haven't been
saying anything.

Yeah, l think l got it down, though.
l figure you were writing
about how life never works out.

Oh, really? You had to
read a book to figure that out?