Ham on Rye - Study Guide Chapters 6 through 10 Summary & Analysis

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A boy named David begins sitting next to Henry at school. Henry says that he doesn't like the boy, but he allows it and David shares his potato chips. David catches up with Henry that afternoon and they walk home together. Some boys circle the two and bloody David's nose and tear his shirt. They don't beat on Henry, though there's no real explanation. At David's house, Henry waits outside for a few minutes and hears David's mother berate him for his torn shirt and then beat him. A short time later, David begins playing the violin but Henry says the music is sad and he hates it.

As a first grader, Henry gets his chance at bat and hits a home run. One of the other players says that they should put Henry on the "regular team" that plays teams from other schools, but...

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