Blankets: An Illustrated Novel - Chapter 6: Teen Spirit Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6: Teen Spirit Summary

Craig and Phil are in bed. Phil is up to his usual shenanigans. This time he tries to convince Craig that he peed on his back while he actually just licked his finger. The boys begin to horse around and then one pees on the other. Craig is lying on the bedroom floor while Phil pees on him. The boys' mother comes into the room and is horrified at what she sees. She takes the boys into the bathroom and puts both boys into the shower. Up to this point, the boys had only taken baths. Craig wonders if their parents had hoped they would be knocked down by steam or mistakenly drowned. He says, "Either way, one's first shower is a right of passage - an initiation into adulthood, only in the context it was more of a...

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