Half of Paradise - Study Guide Book II, Big Midnight Special, Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

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Avery Broussard: After serving a year and five weeks, Avery Broussard is up for parole. In Broussard's favor, Evans was too lazy to ever file any reports on the people in gang five, so Broussard's record is clean. Broussard worked out in the ditches until a guard came to get him at noon. The parole board met on Fridays at the warden's house. The board members are an expressionless group that show no emotion when they speak regardless of the topic. Broussard is asked a series of questions and answers each to the board's satisfaction. Broussard is informed that he had only served one year, a third of his sentence, because he had stayed out of trouble and had obviously made a mistake when he was younger. Broussard deserved another chance. As soon as the decision is...

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