I see your point, but it made it MORE realistic to me. and I think it came up a few times, I just didn't get it until afterwards. I found that it explained a few things that had struck me as sorta inexplicable when they happened, like the bar fight where the drunk guys wanna beat him up just for being with her.
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> i also wonder how realistic the book is to have it never come up before the end. of course that's done on purpose by willeford, but in a way it lessens the realistic nature (if it's realistic even without the end's changes) as i think it would come up sometime if not quite often.
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