A Letter To Teft Of The Book Bless The Beasts And The Children Used For Ideas For Similar Assignment

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Dear Teft: As I read about you, I wonder why, although you have a genteel background, you chose a rebellious form of behavior. You wired cars, took them for joy rides, as well as other forms of mischief. It was not, however, your criminal background that caused your parents to punish you by sending you to camp at Box Canyon. Instead, it was because of your actions when you ...view middle of the document...

It was said about you that "as far was you were concerned, Exeter could shove itself up its own anal orifice." Not all of your behavior was rebelling towards your station in life in my mind. Some of your actions were to protect your friends, the Bedwetters. In some instances, it was heroic. One example was after you and the rest of the boys had stolen that white Chevy truck and had stopped to get some food. Some locals questioned why six "milk drinkers" would be out that late, so you and the rest of the boys left, only to be followed by the locals and almost run off the road. When you stopped, the locals noticed the car you were driving was wired. The locals said that they were going to call the police. You then pulled out the . 22 rifle you had taken from the camp and shot it off, protecting the Bedwetters by scaring off the locals. That judge was not easy on you, probably because you had a record. Well, I hope to see you soon after you get out of jail.Sincerely Yours,Zach Jones

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