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Phoenix Rising Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 26 Summary

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Chapter 26 Summary

Every night Ezra and Nyle work on their homework at the kitchen table. One night when Ezra has completed his homework, Nyle tells him about her history assignment. Her teacher has told her to write a letter to someone in history who has had the greatest impact on her. Thinking along the lines of WWII, Nyle has chosen Anne Frank. Before she can even begin, Ezra takes out a sheet of paper, and he begins writing. Nyle asks what Ezra is doing, and he tells her that he is doing the assignment also. When Nyle finishes, she asks Ezra if she can read hers to him. When Nyle finishes, Ezra takes his paper, wads it up and then throws it in the trash. Its tone of death, fear and prejudice is more than Ezra can bear, and he stands up to go to bed abruptly. Ezra asks...

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