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Columbine - Chapters 31 through 39 Summary & Analysis

Dave Cullen
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Chapters 31 through 39 Summary and Analysis

In chapter thirty-one, Dylan's diary began much earlier than Eric's and was much larger but his early entries were filled with pain and conflict. He wrote of suicide, believed in God but questioned God's decisions, and admitted to being drunk a great deal of the time. In chapter thirty-two, a vigil was held at a shopping center with seventy thousand mourners, despite the rain. Rachel Scott's brother, Craig, was in the library when Dylan and Eric shot two of their victims, Matthew Kechter and Isaiah Shoels. Soon, the media was filled with the story of Cassie Bernall who was asked if she believed in God and was shot seconds after she answered, "Yes." In chapter thirty-three, Wayne continued to watch Eric after reports that Eric was drinking but quickly trusted him again and the drinking continued. When Eric, Zack...

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