Your question indicates you may need to do both a summary and an analysis of My Losing Season. Let's look at a very brief summary of the book, and then consider how you might complete one on your own as well as begin an analysis.
As noted in a previous answer, the book is a coming of age memoir of Pat Conroy's final year of high school basketball in South Carolina. He played for the Citadel Bulldogs and the book looks at the wins and losses the team suffered that season, and the many personal lessons that Conroy gained in that year as a result of basketball, and outside of it.
In general, a summary is meant to capture the main points of a text, in this case a book. A summary is shorter than the original, and the order in which you present the information may be in the same order as the original text or moved around as long as the meaning remains the same. If you think about it, we summarize all the time. For instance, when you go to a movie and your friend asks you what it was about, you...
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