The Chocolate War - Chapter 7-9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7: Archie Costello finds Emile Janza siphoning gas out of the senior president’s car in broad daylight. Archie tells Emile that what he’s doing is beautiful and Emile appreciates the comment. Emile is a bully and enjoys not only picking on students but also on the teachers as well. Though he is not part of The Vigils, he is pleased Archie is impressed by his siphoning gas and hopes he will be asked to join.

Archie thinks Emile is an animal and though he hates people like that, he admires their bravado and ability to pull off stunts. Already, Archie is planning on using Janza for an assignment, not because he wants Janza to become part of The Vigils, but because he can use him to do what Archie would like.

Chapter 8: The Goober is in Brother Eugene’s room fulfilling his assignment...

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