The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian | Study Guide

Sherman Alexie

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The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian | Chapter 28 : My Final Freshman Year Report Card | Summary

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Summary

Junior shares an illustration of his report card. He's drawn the school's Native American mascot and renamed the school "Rear dumb (& high) School." His grades are mostly A's with a few B's. Stars surround the report card.

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The image is one of celebration. Junior is one of the gang at Reardan now, and he can mock the school like a loyal student. His sense of humor shines, and he's clearly proud of his grades. After the last chapter, the report card seems like an even bigger achievement. He finished the academic year, despite all the obstacles in his way.

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