Al Capone Shines My Shoes - Chapters 9 – 16 Summary & Analysis

Gennifer Choldenko
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In Chapter 9: That Your Boy, Boss?, Rocky’s father and Doc Ollie both thank and applaud Moose for what he has done. Ollie thinks Moose deserves a treat, so Moose’s dad brings him to meet Al Capone. Moose is stunned as he shakes Capone’s hand through Capone’s cell door. Capone refers to Moose’s dad as “boss” as he works on shining shoes for Trixle. Capone tells Moose that Moose seems like the kind of guy to hold up his end of the bargain, and that he would be happy to have a son like Moose. Moose’s dad intervenes, bringing Moose away from Capone.

In Chapter 10: A Dangerous Game, Moose’s dad explains it is too bad that someone like Capone went bad, because Capone has brains. But this is all the more reason to watch out for him as...

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