Scribbler of Dreams - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

Mary E. Pearson
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Chapter 4 Summary

Kaitlin's father's sentence has been reduced to manslaughter. Kaitlin explains to the reader that the killing of Robert Crutchfield was an accident.

The second day at school, Kaitlin again sees Bram at the shady spot in the courtyard. At lunch, Bram asks about what she is writing, and he says he'll see her later. On Thursday, Bram officially introduces himself, and shows some of his artwork to Kaitlin. He has been sketching Kaitlin, who is thrilled with the act. She asks if Bram will go to college for art, and Bram confesses he wanted to, but that family issues will probably prevent him from doing so.

Kaitlin wants to know more about Bram, she decides. Bram asks if he can read some of Kaitlin's writing some day, and she agrees.

Chapter 4 Analysis

Like Romeo and Juliet, the attraction between Bram and Kaitlin is...

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