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The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian - Pages 197 through 213 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 197 through 213 Summary

In "Rowdy and I Have a Serious Discussion about Basketball," Junior e-mails Rowdy, apologizing for beating them. Rowdy returns with an e-mail promising to win over Reardan the following year and calls Junior a name. Junior responds that the name might be correct but that he's still on the team that beat Rowdy. Junior says the e-mail might not sound positive but that it's the first time he and Rowdy have been friendly in ages and he's happy with the situation.

In "Because Russian Guys Are Not Always Geniuses," Junior says he is fourteen years old and has attended forty-two funerals. Junior says that's many more than the white kids and that the majority of the deaths on the Indian Reservation are directly related to alcohol. Junior says it may sound like he's being overly bitter but that he has a reason. While sitting in...

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