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The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian Chapter Summary & Analysis - Pages 25 through 53 Summary

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In "Because Geometry Is Not a Country Somewhere Near France," Junior has a sister named Mary who "froze" after high school. She spends hours each day in the basement of the family home where she reads romance novels. Junior says he is excited to start geometry his first year of high school. The class is taught by a teacher he calls "Mr. P" who lives near the school and sometimes teaches in his pajamas. Junior says Mr. P is weird but the kids like him, mostly because he doesn't expect a lot. On the day Mr. P brings the geometry books to class, Junior is dismayed to discover the name "Agnes Adams" written on the front cover. He explains that Agnes Adams is his mother and the fact that he is expected to study from the same book his mother used makes Junior furious. He...

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