Give a Boy a Gun - Eighth Grade and Part of Gary's Suicide Note Summary & Analysis

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Eighth Grade and Part of Gary's Suicide Note Summary

Emily says that once she and Brendan reached eighth grade that things really started to change. Groups of kids, or cliques, were starting to form. There were the jock, the cheerleaders and those with high-end designer clothes. All of these kids were in the in crowd and Brendan and Emily felt as if they were not a part of this world at all.

Dustin agrees that there was a drastic change from seventh too eighth grade. He thinks it was because it was their last year of junior high school and the next year they would all be going to high school. Dustin mentions that the high school coach would even come over sometimes to watch them play sports, as if he was scouting them for the following year...

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