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Grasshopper Jungle - Part 3: The Silo; A Tough Day at Curtis Crane Lutheran Academy – Modern-day Nightingales Summary & Analysis

Andrew Smith
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Saint Casimir is the patron saint of Poland and of the young, Austin writes. He never married and was devoted to chastity. Austin wonders if he was sexually confused.

In the section “A Tough Day at Curtis Crane Lutheran Academy” Robby called Austin to join him at Grasshopper Jungle after school. He told him he had something to show him. In the section “And Bugs do Two Things” Austin records how bugs wanted to do only two things, eat and have sex. It was what the bug that crawled out of Hungry Jack wanted to do. In Grasshopper Alley, Robby asked Austin if they were still going to get drunk together, but Austin wasn’t sure. Robby showed him a copy of the Waterloo News and Gazette with a story about Hungry...

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