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The Street Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3 Summary

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Chapter 3 Summary

When Lutie gets off the train, she finds herself thinking, "having solved one problem, there was always a new one cropping up to take its place." Most of the problems that arise have to do with Bub.

Bub informed Lutie that he hates the school lunches. Now she has to figure out what to do about that. The school lunch issue is not as great as some of the other problems she needs to solve. Now that the two of them live alone, there is nobody to watch him after school. It is not the traffic that worries her while he is out running around the street, but the fear of gangs and such. She refuses to let the street beat her, and she does not want it to beat Bub.

Lutie also wonders how she and Bub will ever be able to move into a nice...

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