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Rats Saw God - San Diego, Senior Year (pp. 23-26) Summary & Analysis

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San Diego, Senior Year (pp. 23-26) Summary

During school, an announcement is made declaring Steve and a girl named Allison Kimble to be National Merit finalists. Later in the day, Steve and Allison are interviewed for the school paper. Allison gives mostly credible responses but Steve jokes at every question and provides funny or vapid responses. He looks at Allison, however, and finds her to be quite attractive.

San Diego, Senior Year (pp. 23-26) Analysis

Steve continues toward graduation, receiving public acclaim as a National Merit finalist. He notes that the class under-performers applaud him while the teacher is apparently surprised that Steve is capable of intelligence. Steve's brief interview demonstrates him to be flippant and fairly rude, although he also notices that Allison Kimble is attractive. That he finds Allison Kimble attractive will become significant later in the novel.

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