The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian - Pages 74 through 98 Summary & Analysis

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In "Tears of a Clown," Junior remembers falling in love with an Indian girl named Dawn when he was twelve. He'd confessed his love to Rowdy then made Rowdy promise not to tell. Rowdy had promised and had kept that promise.

In "Halloween," Junior goes to school dressed as "a homeless dude," though he says it was a small step between his everyday wardrobe and his costume. Penelope was dressed as a homeless woman though Junior says she was "the most beautiful homeless woman who ever lived." He couldn't resist pointing out their matching costumes. Penelope says she's trying to bring attention to the plight of homeless people in the country. She says she's asking for change when she goes trick-or-treating and plans to donate the money to the homeless. Junior picks up the idea and says he'll do the same. He does though he...

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