The Lottery Rose - Study Guide Chapters 8 & 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter eight is told from the point of view of Robin. Robin has memories of Paul and how Paul would always force him to try. Paul would get Robin to talk and be around others. Robin says that he has not forgotten Paul and misses him very much. Recently, Robin noticed an older boy that reminds him of Paul. He is excited when his grandfather takes him to see the new boy and read stories. This new older boy is very kind to Robin. Robin likes the way it feels when Georgie puts his arm around Robin. This makes Robin want to continue hanging around Georgie.

In chapter nine it has been many weeks since Georgie arrived at school. Already, his face looks much better. His casts have been removed and his attitude has improved. During many months over the summer Georgie and Mr Collier have worked...

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