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Monster Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4, Thursday, July 9th Summary

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Chapter 4, Thursday, July 9th Summary

Steve opens with comments about what O'Brien said regarding how badly the trial is going so far for him and that the lawyers might not know what Cruz is like. He tells about another prisoner who killed a guard in a robbery and his defiant attitude that leads to crying. Steve wants to cry too, because he could be sentenced to over twenty years in prison. He then thinks about his mother and the photos of Mr. Nesbitt's body at the crime scene. Steve writes that he is not a bad person and goes on to give a few details about O'Brien's past. He then recounts conversations that the guards were having at the courthouse and his reaction to King entering the holding pen.

The final part of this narrative involves what Steve sees when he is brought into the courtroom...

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