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Miguel Street Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 7-11, The Coward, The Pyrotechnicist, Titus Hoyt, I.A., The Maternal Instinct, The Blue Cart Summary

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Chapters 7-11, The Coward, The Pyrotechnicist, Titus Hoyt, I.A., The Maternal Instinct, The Blue Cart Summary

Chapter 7 concerns Big Foot, a large, dark, scary man who lived on Miguel Street. Big Foot frightened the author immensely. He had been in jail and seemed always prepared for a fight. He also enjoyed bullying other people on the street. It turns out that his father (a priest) and his mother had beaten him regularly as a child, which hardened him. Big Foot worked a number of odd jobs and growing up on Miguel Street, the author never liked him. They connected briefly one day when they were alone on a beach and Big Foot cut his foot on a piece of glass and started crying. The author knew his secret penchant for tears. When Big...

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