Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead - Section 6: Nocturne and The Hangover Summary & Analysis

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Section 6: Nocturne and The Hangover Summary

In "Nocturne," Beethoven chides CB for doing such a stupid thing because now he cannot go back to school. He asks what CB hoped to accomplish, so CB apologizes that Beethoven is sorry CB kissed him, but CB thought he wanted him to. As Beethoven hands CB a Chopin mix on CD, CB claims he was trying to prove a point, that it is okay to be different, but he can fix things. He had been sticking up for Beethoven like Beethoven wanted, but Beethoven argues that is not the same thing as kissing him in front of everyone. He does not know what he is going to do, yet when CB suggests Beethoven could kiss him, Beethoven throws himself on CB, and they kiss.

In "The Hangover," Marcy, Tricia and Matt sit on the...

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