Rule of the Bone - Chapter 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3-4 Summary

Chapter 3 - Canadians

Chappie begins hanging out at the mall, though he is constantly harassed by Black Bart, the mall cop who stopped Chappie for shoplifting and who, conversely, is one of Chappie's frequent pot customers. One day Chappie see an unctuous man leading a dazed young girl around the mall. Chappie is immediately suspicious of the couple and his concern for the young girl leads him to follow them around. He approaches the man, who he thinks must be Canadian, a label that Chappie uses pejoratively, and asks for spare change. The man amicably offers to buy Chappie a meal. He says his name is Buster Brown and that the young girl with him, who Chappie recons cannot be more than seven or eight, is named Froggy. Froggy seems languid and slow, and Chappie suspects that Buster Brown is doping...

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