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Native Speaker Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 7 (pages 93-121) Summary

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Chapter 7 (pages 93-121) Summary

Mitt was seven years old when he died. Henry thinks back to summers at his father's house. Mitt adored his grandfather and enjoyed those summers. The first summer was difficult for Mitt. The neighborhood boys taunted him in a racial manner and even once beat him. Henry and his father went around to the parents' houses to discuss the issue. At one house Henry spoke to the mother in a calm rational manner, but Henry's father uncharacteristically lost his composure and shouted an angry tirade. Mitt became close friends with the neighborhood boys over the course of several summers.

One day Henry arrived home from the store and saw some boys in his father's yard running around and behaving in a panicked manner. In the center of the group of boys Leila held Mitt. Mitt was dead. The boys cried and said that...

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