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Bruiser Setting & Symbolism

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Kites

Cody enjoys flying kites. Cody climbs up a power line tower in an effort to free a kite and nearly falls. Cody learns how to keep some of his emotions around Brewster in this experience.

Band-Aids

Brewster and Cody have developed a ritual of caring for Brewster's injuries. Brewster is often covered in Band-Aids. A new Band-Aid on Brewster's hand alerts Uncle Hoyt to Bronte's existence in Brewster's life.

Porch Screen Door

The handle on the porch screen door is broken, so Uncle Hoyt requires help entering the house. When Cody hesitates to open the door one night, Uncle Hoyt becomes angry and beats Cody for it.

Roast

Bronte makes a roast for Brewster's first dinner with the family, but Tennyson refuses to eat it because of his experience chopping up the bull.

Allen Ginsberg Poetry

Brewster and Bronte meet when Brewster goes to the school library...

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