The Children's Crusade - Chapter 8: The Piece Summary & Analysis

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As a young driver, James totaled both his mother’s station wagon and his father’s car when he hit one car with the other in the driveway of his home. He was drunk. Because of this feat he got invited to an upperclassman party even though he was only a freshman. He was abandoned by his ride when he went back to check on a boy who was passed out. James called Rebecca for a ride. She called James’ father. Both Rebecca and Bill showed up to get James. Bill went back to check on the passed out boy and had him admitted to the hospital.

Rebecca stopped by Penny’s workshop on her way back to college. When Rebecca refused to stay for tea Penny asked her when she was going to forgive her. Rebecca wondered what exactly Penny wanted...

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