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Rats Saw God - San Diego, Senior Year (pp. 154-156) Summary & Analysis

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San Diego, Senior Year (pp. 154-156) Summary

Allison goes on vacation for a week and Steve spends time alone and thinking. He returns one night to discover his mother is hosting a party. She introduces him to various drunken co-workers, one of whom catches him off guard and tongue kisses him. Steve finds the entire party somewhat distasteful, and quickly escapes to his room and calls his father on the telephone. He tells his father he will be attending the wedding, and then says he will leave a ticket to his graduation at will call, in case Alan can attend the ceremony.

San Diego, Senior Year (pp. 154-156) Analysis

Steve continues to reevaluate his life. He decides he must reconcile himself with his father, which demonstrates his increasing maturity. It is interesting to note that in earlier sections of the novel Steve remembered growing...

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