The Used-Boy Raisers - A Subject of Childhood, page 135 – 138 Summary & Analysis

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Richard was drawing stickmen while Tonto played with a toy horse, which he named Tonto. Faith fixed a dress from the previous year, which was “au courant” (135). Meanwhile, Clifford was singing in the shower. The water temperature fluctuated various times during the shower. When he was finished, he entered the room and dropped his towel to announce himself. When the children noticed him, Faith told him to cover himself.

After he put on some clothes, Clifford returned to the room and tried to rouse everybody, because he claimed that everybody was “slouching around” (136). Richard told Clifford that he wanted to continue drawing, but Clifford insisted, challenging Richard to a fight. Tonto approached and hit Clifford across his kidneys. Clifford diverted his attention to Tonto, so Richard snuck up behind Clifford and hit his head with a teddy bear. The boys...

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