The Lost Boy - Coming Around Summary & Analysis

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Coming Around Summary and Analysis

David's stay with the Turnbough's was to be temporary and he only washed his clothing on Saturday afternoon or Sunday, when he knew that the social workers wouldn't unexpectedly appear to move him to another home. Then one day Alice announces that David is to see another psychiatrist. David objects, but Alice says it won't be like the previous doctor, and then she tells David to be patient because she's seeking to have her license changed so that she can foster boys. She says that she and Harold have decided that they want David to remain with them. It's only then that David learns that Harold, though quiet, likes David. David immediately hopes that he can stay with Harold long enough for the older man to "teach me a few things".

David then begins to work with psychiatrist Donald...

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