Fives and Twenty-Fives - After some time in the wilderness — A Fair Fight Summary & Analysis

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Summary

Dodge relates to Huck’s desire to regress and believes it might be a good idea for the Arab countries but believed also that the novel shared a warning about regression.

In the section “All Smiles, All Friendship,” as the rioters continue to circle the square Dodge thought about Lester and how he’d begun using drugs after Marceau was killed. Even though he wanted to leave the protest and go back to making notes about Huck Finn a university student got a bullhorn and called for the people to organize. The prettiest girl yelled at Dodge she had seen a camera crew.

The day after Hani’s sign went up he sold his first Coke to the Americans. Haji hoped the Americans would not find anything they would not like while Mundhir stood prepared to...

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