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The Rock and the River - Chapters 9 and 10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 9 and 10 Summary

In Chapter Nine, Maxie is waiting for Sam when he leaves school the next day but he says he's grounded and has to go straight home. Maxie obviously senses something else is wrong and Sam hesitates, wanting to tell her that Stick has left home, but doesn't. At home, Sam discovers his father's effort to organize a demonstration is all over the living room. Sam looks at a newspaper clipping of Roland and Dr. King. Sam remembers that day and the sea of people who were there. Roland points out that there were no guns there that day and that the whole world noticed that march. He says Sam should remember that now. Roland and Sam spend the afternoon working out details and Sam says the situation is familiar to him so that he is pleased to be doing something constructive...

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