John Grady and Rawlins have an argument concerning John Grady's involvement with Alejandra. Explain their respective points of veiw and discuss weather John Grady's friendship with Alejandra changes his friendship with Rawlins.
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Rawlins see John Grady's relationship with Alejandra as foolish, and blames that relationship for their arrest (Chapter 3). John Grady responds that he needs Rawlin's loyalty and friendship, and that if the shoe were on the other foot he would be loyal to his friend. They do stick together through their experience in jail, but after their release Rawlins goes back home to Texas. So yes, it does ultimately change their relationship.
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