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Staying Fat for Sarah Byrnes - Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5-6 Summary

In chapter 5, Moby recalls how Sarah Byrnes convinced Dale Thornton to help them with Crispy Pork Rinds, convincing him that Mautz was the common enemy. The following Monday, Brittain grabs Moby has he goes into his CAT class and asks why he and Ellerby were mean to him at practice. Moby tries to defend himself without looking stupid in front of Jody Mueller, Brittain's girlfriend and the girl Moby has loved since the beginning of high school. Ms. Lemry's entrance ends all conversation, and she asks student to present their ideas for topics to be discussed in class. Ellerby presents a song that expresses how God sees everything from a distance, perhaps explaining why bad things are allowed to happen to good people. Brittain argues with Ellerby's take on the song, expressing offense at the spirit of the song, but Ellerby insists that it is...

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