The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven - Study Guide Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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This chapter talks about his experiences in every grade from first grade to twelfth grade at a farm school off the reservation. In first grade, he was teased constantly by bullies and had his lunch money stolen more than once. Victor reaches the limit of his patience when a boy named Frenchy throws snowballs at him. Victor feels the warrior come out in him and he beats Frenchy to a pulp. Then he is sent to the principal's office.

In second grade, he has a missionary teacher that wants him to apologize for everything. Victor doesn't understand what she means by everything and she thinks she needs to teach him respect. The teacher makes him stay in for recess and hold books with his arms straight out like an eagle. The teacher told his parents to cut his braids or he can't come to class. The parents...

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