That Was Then, This Is Now - Study Guide Chapter 4 Summary & Analysis

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The next morning, Mark was still in a lot of pain and could not sit up without becoming dizzy. He and Bryon sat at home remembering years past: the fights they got into, hotwiring cars and drag racing, dates and parties, and the pranks they pulled on people. Mark feels some regret that they are not as involved with the gang, but Bryon thinks that the independence and self-awareness is a positive change for them.

Mark still did not feel good on Monday, so Bryon went back to school without him. Everyone was talking about the fight, telling his or her own version of what happened. After the talk that Bryon had with Mark during the weekend, he now recognized the various types of prejudice that occurred in his school. He realized that the Socs who had invited him to their parties had done so to make...

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