One of the Boys - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

Magariel, Daniel
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The father eventually loses the big account and has to fly back to Kansas in order to tie up loose ends. Meanwhile, the boys have made plans to escape and go back to their mother’s house while he is gone. When they go to drop the father off at the airport, the father sees a police officer at the terminal and gets back into the car and tells the brother to take a lap. They pull into a parking lot and the father tells the boys about how he has been analyzing himself the past couple of weeks and recognizes he engages in two behaviors: self-improvement and self-destruction. He tells them he is going to fix everything and win back the big account, but then admits he has cocaine on him. The brother gets out of the car and goes to sit on...

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