The Short and Tragic Life of Robert Peace - Section 4: Chapters 10-13 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10 finds Rob returning to live at Chapman Street, without any money or prospects of earning any. He felt guilty for being a burden on his mother when he had wanted to take care of her. He got in a fight in a house party in Newark. Someone asked if he was the guy who went to Yale, and accused him of slumming. Rob's pride was injured and both men escalated the fight until it spilled into the street.

Jeff, meanwhile, was writing grants for nonprofits, which allowed him to travel to third world areas to help build wells that were paid for by his writing. He couldn't get in touch with Rob via e-mail or cell phone. Most of his Yale friends, who had moved into rich jobs and rich areas, didn't keep in touch. Without school to hold them together...

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