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One Saturday a few weeks after Socrates starts his job at the Bounty market, Darryl – the young boy who killed Billy the rooster – stops by Socrates’ apartment. He tells Socrates his mother has a new boyfriend who is around their house all the time, and he can’t sleep because when he does he has terrible nightmares about the boy he killed coming back and killing him. Socrates feeds the boy, and tells him because he has done something bad, he now has to do something good to make it right. Socrates then tells Darryl to sleep on his sofa and he will make certain nothing comes to get him. Darryl sleeps for five hours without nightmares, and then comes back the next day and sleeps on the sofa again. As Socrates will have to be back to work on Monday, he gives Darryl...

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