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The Neon Bible Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3 Summary

John Kennedy Toole
This Study Guide consists of approximately 35 pages of chapter summaries, quotes, character analysis, themes, and more - everything you need to sharpen your knowledge of The Neon Bible.
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Chapter 3 Summary

The next morning Aunt Mae prepares David for school and attempts to prepare breakfast. There are biscuits with the bottoms burnt and still gooey in the center, and fried eggs turned brown. The dish looks extremely unappetizing but David plays along. During breakfast he realizes he hasn't done the homework for Mrs. Watkins class. On the walk to school he sits down and writes his pages. The blades of wet grass were sticking to his pants but he runs down the hill and across town.

David enters the room as other kids are still coming in. He is the last one to take his seat and that is all Mrs. Watkins needs to take a few jabs at him. She hits him with her knee and instructs him to stand. The other kids are engaged in a fit of laughter. David suddenly remembers his pants are wet...

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