The Used-Boy Raisers - A Subject of Childhood, page 142 – 145 Summary & Analysis

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Tonto told Faith that he did not want to play with Richard and Lester. Faith insisted, but Tonto refused. Tonto complained that his father thought he was a baby, and Richard teased Tonto by telling him he was a baby because he urinated on his bed. Faith quelled the argument. When Richard left the apartment, and Tonto brushed his teeth, which he did frequently, hoping that his teeth would loosen.

Faith was smoking in the living room. Tonto approached her and told her that he wanted to tell Richard something. Faith told Tonto not to lean out of the window, but Tonto persisted. Faith imagined how people would perceive her negatively if Tonto were to fall, because they would believe she was neglectful. This reminded her of her grandmother, who was plagued with guilt until the day she died because...

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