That Was Then, This Is Now - Study Guide Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

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When Bryon woke up the next morning, he was sure he had had a bad nightmare. It took some time for him to realize what had happened. He wondered why he had turned Mark in. He could have asked him to stop selling and he would have. Mark did not need to be locked up.

Bryon asked his mother if she hated him. She said of course she did not and that he had done the right thing. She still had hope for Mark, but Bryon did not, so they could not talk any more. Cathy came over to visit and Bryon lashed out at her. He asked about M&M, her kid brother, not a friend of his about whom he cared. He said that he would call her the next day, but they both knew that he would not call her. Bryon wondered why...

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