The Last Summer of the Death Warriors - Chapters 4 - 6 Summary & Analysis

Francisco X. Stork
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Chapters 4 - 6 Summary

Pancho and D.Q. begin sorting out the equipment room, dusting off old boxes and sorting old sports equipment to be moved to the gym. Pancho is delighted to discover two pairs of boxing gloves. D.Q. tells him that a few years ago, the boys were allowed to box when they were angry with each other. He doesn't know why Father Concha - or as the boys affectionately call him, "The Panda" - has stored the gloves. Probably because no one has an interest in them anymore. As they clean the room, D.Q. says that he's been at the orphanage since he was a baby, claiming that his parents left him outside in a basket when he was "no bigger than a football" (Page 24). Pancho is surprised that D.Q.'s parents abandoned him before his illness. D.Q...

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