My Sunshine Away - Chapter 8-14 Summary & Analysis

M.O. Walsh
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As the narrator begins this section he speaks of the many other boys at school who had crushes or fixations on Lindy. One boy, Clay Tompkins, always sat quietly drawing in a little notebook and no one knew what was in the book. But one day, he left the book unguarded at his seat while he went to the bathroom. The other boys began to look in the book and discovered a whole catalog of pornographic drawings featuring about 20 girls in the school, including Lindy. The book was soon confiscated by the teacher and Clay Tompkins never returned to school. This introduction to pornography hooked the narrator and he began to draw his own pictures, solely of Lindy.

Next, the narrator turns toward a description of how the South gets a bad rap from people who live elsewhere. He acknowledges the bad things...

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