Stotan! - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3 Summary

Chapter 3 is dated November 15. Walker tells more about his friend, Nortie, who is a physically imposing person but is very mild mannered and likes to work with children. Walker attributes this part of Nortie's character to the fact that he has been beaten up by his father all his life. He relates a story of visiting Nortie's house for dinner, a rare occurrence since Nortie rarely invited any of his friends over. Walker and Nortie were sent to the store to get something for the meal and the car Nortie was driving was hit by another driver in an accident that was not his fault. Regardless, when they returned to Nortie's house, his father was furious about the damage to the car and hit Nortie repeatedly. Walker did not stay for dinner.

The swimmers and Elaine are sitting together at the school cafeteria...

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