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Alexie illustrates Growing up as one is facing the brutal reality of life, resulting into a mature self.
Arnold thinks that Rowdy would start to pick on him when he starts to leave behind Arnold for new friends. Arnold learns to try not to think about that now and focus on something else like his geometry book.
When Eugene dies from being shot by he drunk friend, he matures and realizes the effects of alcohol and learns how difficult is to cope with it.
After losing his grandmother by a drunk driver, Arnold grows up a little by understanding that things like this can happen and that people around you, even if they hated you, will show some respect.
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