A Man Named Dave: A Story of Triumph and Forgiveness - Chapter 13, The Last Dance Summary & Analysis

Dave Pelzer
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In Nebraska, Pelzer's family suffers from many changes. Money continues to be a problem, especially when Pelzer learns that Patsy secretly borrowed money form his grandmother. He also feels discontented with his job, as he has now been regulated to passing out lunches to the aircrew, much like the assignment he started with in the Air Force. In addition, Patsy misses her family.

Pelzer continues his speaking engagements and, in 1992, takes early retirement from the Air Force to devote more time to his second career and publish a book about his childhood. Patsy agrees to support he decision, after Pelzer gives her some assurance that he should be successful and financially comfortable after two years.

One speaking engagement takes Pelzer to his old school. He presents his teachers with autographed copies of his first book, "A Child Called It...

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