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This Boy's Life - Chapter 4, Citizenship at Home (pgs. 169-178) Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 4, Citizenship at Home (pgs. 169-178) Summary and Analysis

Toby comes home from school to find a scraggly dog, named Champion, in the utility room, growling at him. Dwight introduces Toby to the dog and tells him Champion is his. Dwight has traded Toby's Winchester for the dog. Toby does not like the dog and tells Dwight he wants his gun back. Toby tells Rosemary about the incident the next day after she has returned from a Democratic political conference. She says she knew Dwight would do something, because they had gotten in a big fight the night before. She gets Dwight to agree to call the guy who bought the gun and tell him he wants it back. The guy lives in Seattle and is supposed to send papers that show the dog is a full-bred Weimaraner. He never...

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