Colin Fischer - Chapter 7: The Battleship Potemkin Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 7: The Battleship Potemkin Summary

Mrs. Fischer takes Colin to the mall, a social space he has only gotten used to after years of acclimation, to get gym clothes and sneakers. As they leave the store, Colin spots Sandy Ryan buying melon-colored lipstick at a nearby department store and dreads the impending interaction: his other and Sandy's were friends when they were very young. Sandy acts like Colin doesn't exist and Colin is fine with keeping his mind elsewhere as well. He asks his mother to take him to the arts and crafts store as well, and goes home to construct a social map tying people and groups together, just as he believes the FBI does, in order to clarify the gun incident and who might be responsible. He finds it strange that Wayne Connelly has neither a social media presence nor...

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