That Was Then, This Is Now - Study Guide Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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The next morning, Mark drove Bryon to the hospital where he got fifteen stitches in his face and had his ribs taped. The same doctor that had worked on Mark after his fight attended Bryon.

On the way home, Bryon tried to explain to Mark why he did not hate the Shepherds for beating him up. He was so intent on what he was trying to say that he did not notice the effect it was having on Mark until Mark was almost crying. Mark felt guilty because he knew that Bryon had taken the beating for something that he had done. He was angry with Bryon for not letting him retaliate, as that was the only thing he knew to do that would make him feel any better. Mark and Bryon could not get through to each other any more. Bryon did not like fighting any...

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