The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-time Indian - pages 214 through 230 Summary & Analysis

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In "My Final Freshman Year Report Card," Junior draws a cartoon of his report card. He makes a B in geology and wood shop and A's in all his other classes.

In "Remembering," Junior and his parents spend a day at the cemetery, caring for the graves of Eugene, Mary, and Grandmother. Agnes packs a lunch and Arnold brings his saxophone. Arnold does some serious thinking that day. He knows more of his Indian tribe members will die over the coming year and that many of them will die because of alcohol. He also knows he's set out to escape the Reservation and that his life will be lonely because of that, but that he would have died on the Reservation if he hadn't taken that step. He thinks about Mary and is pleased that she set out to realize her dream. He says he...

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