Welcome to Braggsville - Chapter Sixteen — Chapter Seventeen Summary & Analysis

T. Geronimo Johnson
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In Chapter Sixteen, Candice, Charlie and Daron were interviewed. All three told the same story about the performative intervention. The sheriff honed in on Charlie as he noticed he was younger than the other students by two years. Charlie admitted he graduated early. The sheriff asked if he was that smart why it didn’t occur to him that what they were doing was a bad idea. He accused Charlie of deserting Candice and then blaming her when Charlie said he couldn’t change Candice’s mind once she got it set. Candice was asked about the video footage she was supposed to be taking, but she said her video camera was off. Daron explained he hadn’t gone with his friends because his father told him not to go. The sheriff told Daron that he didn’t understand how performative...

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