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Al Capone Does My Homework - Chapters 21 - 22 Summary & Analysis

Gennifer Choldenko
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Summary

In Chapter 21, Moose tells Nat about the new game he has put together. Every time she makes eye contact, she gets a point. He believes the game will be enticing because she will be able to add up the points and keep track of her score.

Before Moose goes to Piper’s house to eavesdrop on the task force’s questioning of Capone, he asks Annie to come along as well. Piper seems irritated that Annie is there. Inside Doc Ollie’s house Cam, Trixle, and Annie’s father are in charge of the questioning. Capone denies knowing anything about the fire. He does warn them that some of the inmates “got a long reach” (153). Cam next asks Capone about the money and gifts that are floating around. Moose notices that Piper gets uneasy.

When Capone denies again he knows anything about the...

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