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Rats Saw God - San Diego, Senior Year (pp. 81-83) Summary & Analysis

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San Diego, Senior Year (pp. 81-83) Summary

Over several weeks, Steve begins to spend several hours alone each day, writing and thinking. He does not spend much time with his drug-using associates, and reduces the amount of marijuana he smokes. He spends time thinking about Doug and finally selects a funny postcard, writes a brief and cryptic note, and mails it to Doug.

San Diego, Senior Year (pp. 81-83) Analysis

DeMouy's writing assignment is clearly beginning to alter Steve's perspective. Instead of hanging out with pothead associates, he begins to sit, think, and write in a local cafy where he is anonymous. Additionally, instead of simply ignoring his previous life he begins to want to reconnect with at least parts of it, as indicated by his belated reply to Doug. In his reply, however, he confides in Doug that he has no desire to...

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