The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian - pages 130 through 149 Summary & Analysis

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In "Don't Trust Your Computer," Junior is missing Rowdy so e-mails Rowdy a photo of his smiling face. A few minutes later, Rowdy e-mails back a photo of his bare butt. Gordy asks about the photo and Junior reveals that Rowdy had been his best friend but is now angry at him. Gordy asks why and Junior says many people on the Reservation call him "apple," indicating he's red on the outside and white on the inside. In other words, a traitor.

In "My Sister Writes Me a Letter," Junior gets a letter from Mary. She says she's still looking for a job but no one will hire her because she doesn't have enough experience. She wonders how she can get experience if no one will give her a job. She sends a photo of her new "house," which is really a trailer. She says...

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