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Describe Arnold Spirit, Junior. What kind of person is he? What are his dreams and what does he want from life? What is he willing to do to reach these goals? What are some of the milestones he accomplishes during this book?

Who are Junior's parents? Who are the other members of his family described in this book? What are the strengths of his various family members? What are their weaknesses?

Who is Rowdy? Why does Junior say he and Rowdy are closer than he and any member of his family? What kind of person is Rowdy? What happens to affect their friendship during the story? How does each boy change over the course of the story? Why does each boy change?

Who is Eugene? What is his role in the story? What is his role in Junior becoming accepted at Reardan? What does he say about...

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