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Rats Saw God - Yakima/Seattle, Summer After Senior Year (pp. 201-202) Summary & Analysis

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Yakima/Seattle, Summer After Senior Year (pp. 201-202) Summary

Steve stops in Yakima and finds a small sign that notes the town is the birthplace of Alan York. The sign is badly faded and Steve obtains some paint and renews the lettering. Just as he finishes, a policeman pulls up, assuming Steve is vandalizing the sign. After ascertaining that he is refreshing the lettering, the two exchange some pleasantries, and then the cop innocently asks "Who is Alan York, anyway?" (p. 202).

Steve continues his voyage and arrives at the University of Wisconsin, finds his dormitory room, and puts his meager belonging in the closet. He then telephones home and asks Sarah to tell their father that he has arrived safely.

Yakima/Seattle, Summer After Senior Year (pp. 201-202) Analysis

Steve's journey through high school is complete and the narrative ends...

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