Dreamland - Rogerson, Chapters 7 through 8 Summary & Analysis

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Rogerson, Chapters 7 through 8 Summary

In chapter seven, Caitlin says that she does not tell anyone about Rogerson's father hitting him, but that secret creates their relationship. From that night, they are seldom apart. One of the members of the cheer squad, a girl named Kelly Brandt, is appalled that Caitlin is going out with Rogerson and cites his criminal record. Caitlin says that Rogerson had confided in her the stories of these exploits. Caitlin says that she has no stories of her own—yet—but that she is ready to create some. Caitlin often remembers those moments when she held Rogerson after his father had hit him. She tries to help the pain and says that she is trying to "give back what his father had taken away." Caitlin spends most weekends with Rogerson, going from one drug deal to another...

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