Bud, Not Buddy - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Christopher Paul Curtis
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Chapter 5 Summary

Metal bars on the windows of the library makes Bud upset. These changes are an example of how things have changed for Bud since he entered the orphanage. He realizes that the library is not the same place it was when he used to attend with his mother years ago.

Bud realizes the Amos's must have rummaged through his suitcase. The old knots are not tied the way he had left them and things were tossed around inside the case. Bud has very few things that are needed to maintain their sameness, but his suitcase staying kept as he has tied it and organized it is important to him. He reflects back on how the conversations with his Momma were always the same. Bud looks at the picture of Momma and notes her facial expression. The only picture he has is one when...

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