The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian - Pages 99 through 129 Summary & Analysis

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In "My Sister Sends Me an E-mail," Junior recounts the email from Mary. She says she loves Montana, has ridden a horse for the first time, and has not yet found a job. She says she and her husband had their honeymoon at a hotel at Flathead Lake and that there was a phone in the bathroom. She says she is happy and loves her life.

In "Thanksgiving," Junior draws a cartoon in which he and Rowdy are superheroes bumping fists. He goes to Rowdy's house to give it to him but Rowdy's father insists Rowdy isn't home. Junior leaves the cartoon and turns back to see Rowdy near a window. Rowdy makes an obscene gesture but doesn't tear up the cartoon. Junior takes that as a sign Rowdy still has some respect for Junior.

In "Hunger Pains," Junior is headed to class when he hears a horrible sound from...

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