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Cane Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 28 "Bona and Paul" Summary

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Chapter 28 "Bona and Paul" Summary

"Bona and Paul" begins in a high school gymnasium. Bona sits in a corner watching the students performing their drills. She does not participate because she has told the director that she is ill. She watches one boy intently and debates with herself about whether she loves him.

The young men and women on the gym floor begin to choose sides for a boys-versus-girls basketball game. Bona goes to Helen, the girls' captain, and demands to play. The team has already been chosen, so a brief argument ensues. The gym director overhears and steps in to solve the problem. The director is confused, because Bona had already said she was sick. They exchange words and Bona looks to her friend, Helen, for help. Helen lets Bona join the team and another girl drops out.

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