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It - Part Four, July of 1958: Chapter 16, Eddie's Big Break Summary & Analysis

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Part Four, July of 1958: Chapter 16, Eddie's Big Break Summary

Eddie's arm has begun to ache, and the feeling brings back a memory that he cannot believe he forgot. The day began when Mr. Keene, the pharmacist, called Eddie back to his office. Eddie is supposed to be picking up his and his mother's medications, something he does every Saturday. However, Mr. Keene has never called him back to his office so Eddie wonders if maybe he is in trouble. Mr. Keene is nice enough, however, offering Eddie an ice cream soda. Mr. Keene begins to tell Eddie how sometimes a person who believes he is sick is really only imagining his illnesses. Mr. Keene tells Eddie that he does not really have asthma, that it is just an infliction his mother has forced on him. Mr. Keene says...

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