Hole in My Life - Section 3: Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Jack Gantos
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Section 3: Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 Summary and Analysis

In Section 3, Chapter 1, readers learn just how naive Gantos was during his adventure. First, Gantos called home only to learn the FBI was already bothering his parents and family. His father had contacted a lawyer in New York, and Gantos was told to immediately turn himself in, which he did. Al E. Newman, his attorney, informed him he was to meet with the district attorney the following day, so Gantos took a flight back to New York. On the way he saw a newspaper reporting Hamilton's capture and his own participation in the crimes, and Gantos found himself almost pleased that he was famous for something. In New York, he stayed in their old room at the Chelsea, and discovered nearly everything was still in the room, minus the ship's log.

During his initial interview...

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