Citizen of the Galaxy - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Baslim becomes more serious about Thorby's education. Baslim has high, sometimes unrealistic, expectations and is occasionally impatient with Thorby. Still, the boy makes good progress in his studies. Thorby becomes more and more suspicious that Baslim is more than a common beggar, but does not say anything about it, trusting that Baslim will confide in him as he feels is necessary. Thorby also has the discretion not to mention anything that their activities at home (or even the location of their home) to anybody they meet. Since Thorby is no longer the emaciated, sickly little boy, covered with scars and bruises, that he once was, he does not bring in much money as a beggar. Therefore, Baslim does most of the actual begging himself, sending Thorby on errands for him, or leaving him at home to study. Thorby frequently has to deliver messages...

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