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Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 3-4 Summary

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Chapters 3-4 Summary

In chapter 3, Moby goes to swim practice on Saturday with Ellerby, his teammate and friend. Ellerby drives a unique car that appears to make fun of religion. This causes a great deal of tension between Ellerby and fellow swim team member, Mark Brittain. Brittain is a Christian and finds Ellerby's car offensive. This leads to animosity among Ellerby, Moby, and Brittain. That day's practice is for every member of the team to swim under their best time for one hundred laps. Ellerby, Moby, and Brittain are among the ones who make it to the end. Ellerby and Moby are constantly setting the pace, so when they reach the ninety-seventh lap, they cause Brittain to fall under his time and be disqualified to continue.

Moby goes to visit Sarah Byrnes where another counselor asks him if Sarah Byrnes has any other friends who might visit her...

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