The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part Time Indian

The Absolutely True Diary Of A Part Time Indian

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  • That’s the first time you’ve ever hit anything you aimed at.
  • We’re so disappointed in you.
  • Junior was furious at the school for using ancient books and accidentally threw his book at Mr. P, the math teacher.It resulted in Mr. P having a broken nose and Junior was suspended from school.
  • We are so disappointed.
  • I wasn’t aiming for anything really. Well, I was planning on hitting something, you know? Like the wall or a desk or the chalkboard. Something dead, you know, not something alive.
  • Well, I want you to know that hitting me with that book was probably the worst thing you’ve ever done.
  • But I do forgive you.
  • That’s almost unforgivable.
  • Yeah I know that Rowdy's got temper and stuff and doesn't get good grades but he's nice to me. I don't know why.
  • I know rowdy's your best friend but he's already given up. That's why he never gets good grades and is mean to others.
  • Mr. P comes closer and tells Junior something very confidential.
  • Where is hope? Who has hope?
  • I don’t want to fight anybody.
  • All these kids have given up. And me and every other teacher here. We’re all defeated. But not you
  • And now, you have to take your hope and go somewhere where other people have hope. You’re going to find more and more hope the farther and farther you walk away from this sad, sad reservation.
  • You have to leave this reservation.
  • Listening to Mr. P's advice, Junior requests his parents to transfer him to Reardan to study. Reardan has one of the best small schools in the state. The kids in Reardan are the smartest and most athletic kids anywhere. They are the best. In the end, Junior's parents agree to him starting school at Readan the day after.
  • You want to go to Springdale?
  • I want to transfer schools.
  • I want to go to Reardan.
  • You want to go to Hunters?
  • No.
  • After realising the seriousness of Junior's words, Rowdy got angry and shoved him onto the ground. Junior apologised but Rowdy did not care. Rowdy saw this as a betrayal and both became enemies.
  • You’ll never do it, you’re a coward.
  • That’s not funny.
  • You better quit saying that, you’re getting me mad.
  • I’m transferring to Reardan and I want you to come with me.
  • Can I tell you a secret?
  • Rowdy, I’m as serious as a tumor.
  • I start school tomorrow at Reardan.
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