I Am the Cheese - Study Guide Section 12 Summary & Analysis

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Tape OZK006. Brint reminds Adam that his suspicions have been aroused by Amy's questions on his family history in Rawlings. He suggests Adam's father has been lying to him about his family. Adam admits he did not confront his father over his suspicions but decided to find out on his own. He thought he would look in old picture albums, old papers or letters to prove they lived in Rawlings.

Adam admits it bothered him but that he was busy with school and with Amy and her Numbers games. He eventually admits to Brint what action he did take on his own to investigate his suspicions.

Adam stole the key to the drawer of his father's desk where important papers were kept. His mother was upstairs, as usual, in her room. In this drawer, Adam discovers two different birth certificates for himself. They both state he was...

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