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Columbine - Chapers 1-9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapers 1-9 Summary and Analysis

In chapter one, Columbine Principal Frank DeAngelis urges the students to be careful over the weekend of prom. In chapter two, Eric Harris, who usually had no problem at all getting a date, was becoming desperate for a date for the prom. Eric and his friend, Dylan Klebold, each saw themselves as rebels although Dylan, with his long braids, was more believable. Both boys were smart seniors at Columbine High School in Colorado who were employed at Blackjack Pizza. Eric and Dylan regularly frequented the smoking area. In chapter three, the author described the Columbine cafeteria as being an "open bubble of space." There were surveillance cameras. Meanwhile, the country was beginning to be plagued by school shootings and parents were openly worried.

In chapter four, it was noted that Eric had plans to attend college to become an...

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