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This Boy's Life - Chapter 4, Citizenship in the Home (pgs. 131-136) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, Citizenship in the Home (pgs. 131-136) Summary and Analysis

Rosemary recruits women and couples to the rifle club. She and Dwight participate in couple's night. Dwight is terrible, but blames his bad aim on the guns. Rosemary is good and has a vest full of badges. Dwight sets up a mock practice range in their house. He puts targets at the end of one hallway and shoots at them from the other end. If Toby walks by, Dwight aims the barrel at Toby until he leaves the room.

Dwight makes Pearl and Toby go with he and Rosemary to out of town matches. He always loses, and Rosemary does well. As soon as they all get in the car, Dwight pouts. Dwight mocks Rosemary when she tries to reassure him. Dwight is cruel to Rosemary. He tells her...

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