A Place at the Table - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

Susan Rebecca White
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Chapter 3

The year is still 1975 and Bobby is still dreaming of ways to kill his brother. School lets out and the summer looms long and large for Bobby. He has started doing the chores around the house as asked, and then as fast as possible leaving to go play in the woods for the rest of the day, away from everyone. He takes out the pocket knife that his father gave him and cuts himself, shallowly on the inside of his arm. There are other similar marks on his arm. A bee flies by where he is and he follows it to the hive. Here is his revenge.

He catches three of them in a jar and waits until they go to bed. Once he’s certain that Hunter is asleep, he climbs to the top bunk and puts the jar under the...

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