LaRose - Pages 153 – 226 Summary & Analysis

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“Take it All: 1967 – 1970”

In the first chapter of this section, “Romeo and Landreaux,” Landreaux works to adjust to life at the Bureau school at Fort Totten, where he has Romeo for a roommate. Romeo comes to look up to Landreaux because Landreaux always seems to know how to handle things, including being away at school. Landreaux and Romeo learn about a girl who had sneaked back into the bus to go back home. They consider trying this. They sneak aboard a bus. At a rest stop, they take over a car whose family has left the keys in the ignition. After driving so many miles, they leave the car and set off across the countryside on foot. They come to a tidy farmhouse with a dog named Pepperboy. The dog's owner, an old woman, invites the boys in for food. She allows them to...

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