Sutton - Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

J. R. Moehringer
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Chapter 4 Summary

In 1911, Willie walks in on his mother reading the bible story of Joseph and his brothers to Daddo. When Willie is overcome with emotion, his mother thinks he might become a priest so she enrolls him in Catholic school.

The photographer starts driving erratically. He says they are being followed by a news van. He drives until he is able to lose them. Sutton says one of the reasons he feels off this morning is that he's in the back of a converted cop car without handcuffs.

Willie remembers the two boys he met at St. Ann's—William Happy Johnston and Edward Buster Wilson. Happy is always happy, hence the nickname. Eddie sometimes steals, even though his family is wealthier than most of the Irish families in Irish Town. When Billy Doyle, a boy in their neighborhood is arrested, Billy rats out...

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