Hole in My Life - Section 2: Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Jack Gantos
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Section 2: Chapter 4 Summary and Analysis

In Section 2, Chapter 4, Gantos laments that everyone in prison has a story of how they were caught, and Gantos loved hearing them, as he believed at first that these stories had all the makings of a good tale, with violence and blood and action. He discusses several of these stories before telling his own tale of how he himself was caught for smuggling. Gantos admits now his fear of being caught at the time was far worse than actually being caught. As the men came to the New York coast, Gantos was definitely nervous but Hamilton reassured him the police were not bright enough to catch them. The men sailed to Queens, and found an available docking point. Once tied up, they called Rik who had already lined up a sale for two hundred fifty pounds of the hash...

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