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This Boy's Life - Chapter 3, A Whole New Deal (pgs. 87-91) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, A Whole New Deal (pgs. 87-91) Summary and Analysis

Dwight and Toby do not interact during the drive from Toby's house to Chinook until Dwight swerves to hit a beaver meandering across the road. Dwight tells Toby he was trying to miss the beaver, but Toby knows he's lying. When they get out of the car to look at the beaver, Dwight starts taunting Toby, saying he is too scared to pick it up. Dwight tells Toby the pellet is worth at least $50 and throws the beaver in the trunk.

Dwight stops at a tavern in Marblemount, which is the last town before Chinook. He brings a hamburger to Toby, who is sitting in the car. He tells Toby to stay put and warns him not to listen to the radio, because it might wear out the battery...

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