There Are No Children Here - Summer 1989, Chapter 29 Summary & Analysis

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Summer 1989, Chapter 29 Summary

Early in the summer, Weasel gives Pharoah and Lafeyette two pit bull puppies. Pharoah soon looses interest and gives his away but Lafeyette enjoys having a puppy. When he used to hang around with Bird Leg he always imagined having a dog of his own. One day he comes home and can't find his puppy. Only his mother and father are home. He grows agitated and accuses his father of selling the puppy for drugs. Incensed, Paul shouts at Lafeyette, leading to a fist fight. LaJoe breaks it up long enough for Lafeyette to run out of the apartment. But he soon returns with an iron chain and tells his father to come outside to fight. At first Paul seems ready, but he realizes his son is right. Drugs destroyed his relationship with LaJoe and now they are destroying it with his children. Instead of...

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