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MonkeyNotes-A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith
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Chapter 25

Summary Johnny has begun to drink even more. When he is inebriated, he becomes quieter, walks straighter, and grows more pensive. Francie hates his drunkenness and thinks of him as a stranger during these periods. When he is not drinking, Johnny realizes that he should be a better father; therefore, he tries to pay them more attention, taking them out to different places. He wants to make sure that they see more of life than he did as a child.


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Johnny continues to deteriorate, drinking even more. Francie hates it when he is drunk and thinks of him as a stranger. When he is sober, he is remorseful and tries to compensate by paying Francie and Neeley more attention. Katie merely tolerates Johnny's behavior and worries about the family's future.

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