There Are No Children Here - Summer 1989, Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Summer 1989, Chapter 30 Summary

One day after a heavy rain, Lafeyette convinces Pharoah to go to a nearby hot dog stand called Main Street for French fries. They run into Rickey on the way and invite him to join them. They rarely see Rickey as he has been in and out of juvenile detention and is reportedly running drugs for older boys. They sit with their food outside the stand. Pharoah sees something so marvelous his excitement makes him stammer. He points to a rainbow in the sky. None of the boys have ever seen one. Pharoah thinks if they chase it they might find gold or leprechauns at the end. Lafeyette things it's a stupid idea but Rickey agrees to go with Pharoah. They run for many blocks but the rainbow starts to fade. Pharoah makes a final sprint but the rainbow vanishes. He is thoroughly disappointed. He...

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