Feathers - Chapters 15 and 16 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 15 and 16 Summary

Chapter 15

When they had discuss the poem about feathers, Mrs. Johnson asks Trevor what the poet meant when she wrote the line, "Hope is the thing with feathers." He responded that maybe the poet wanted to fly.

After they help Trevor up, RayRay runs over to see how everyone is. He tells the girls and Jesus Boy that he's no longer afraid of Trevor; he's just a kid like everyone else. RayRay asks Jesus Boy if he'll stay at Price. He has no where else to go, he tells him. Trevor is standing by himself, looking weak and vulnerable. Jesus Boy tells the others that he feels like punching Trevor and if he does, everyone would cheer. But he'd become just like Trevor and he doesn't want that to happen.

Chapter 16

Frannie and Samantha walk home together. Samantha comments that Jesus Boy is just a...

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