Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead - Section 10: Taphephobia, Peer Counseling & Changing Evolution Summary & Analysis

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Section 10: Taphephobia, Peer Counseling & Changing Evolution Summary

In "Taphephobia," CB continues his letter: Chopin died of tuberculosis on October 17, 1849, and both of his final requests were eventually honored. Beethoven did not leave a note so CB does not know if he had any last requests. The school bell rings.

In "Peer Counseling," CB is miserable as Marcy and Tricia express their regret over Beethoven's suicide and CB's sister claims Matt should be imprisoned, instead of suspended for one week, since his actions caused Beethoven to commit suicide. Brought of out his daze by the teacher's garbled voice, CB fumes that no one liked Beethoven before, so they should not care that he is dead now. Lots of people have tough lives but do not kill themselves. He does not care if Beethoven could no longer play the piano; "suicide is...

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