Give a Boy a Gun - Seventh Grade Summary & Analysis

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Seventh Grade Summary

Brendan moved from Springfield to Middletown in the middle of the seventh grade. One of his neighbors is a boy his age, describes the first time he saw Brendan, Brendan was just standing in the front yard of his house staring at the neighbor boy, Dustin. Dustin says that Brendan didn't even say hi. Then later, when he see Brendan again, Brendan comes over juggling three tennis balls and strikes up a conversation with Dustin about if he likes this video game and that. Dustin describes it as odd.

Ryan Clancy describes Brendan as being very quiet and out of place in school. Ryan says that Brendan didn't talk or do much for the first few weeks he was at Middletown. Ryan describes it as if a rain forest dweller was in the middle of New York City, so Brendan felt...

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