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Rats Saw God - Houston, Summer Before Sophomore Year (pp. 26-28) Summary & Analysis

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Houston, Summer Before Sophomore Year (pp. 26-28) Summary

Steve and Doug both obtain their driver's licenses. Even though Doug is a junior and Steve is a sophomore, Steve is a few days older than Doug. Doug has abandoned skateboarding for his car, so Steve and Doug decide to found another school club to replace "Skate or Die." They settle on founding a club based on the principles of Dadaist art.

Houston, Summer Before Sophomore Year (pp. 26-28) Analysis

This brief section continues the events of Steve's pre-sophomore summer. Doug once again wants to form a club so that he will be in a photograph in the school's yearbook. Since he can now drive, skateboarding is a thing of the past. Steve suggests Dadaist art as a potential club theme. Doug finds the idea of meaningless art humorous and decides he will...

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