Beautiful Losers - The History of Them All Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 20, the narrator recalls the night that Edith killed herself. He and F. ate together, and F. did not finish his meal. In Chapter 21, he inventories the fireworks that F. left to him after his death.

In Chapter 22, the narrator begins to lose his sanity, locked in his Montreal apartment after the deaths of Edith and F. He lights one of F.'s fireworks. Chapter 23 is another prayer to God made by the narrator, begging for blessing in exchange for forgetting the transgressions of F. and Edith.

In Chapter 24, the narrator burns himself with F.'s fireworks. He is setting them of indoors, covering his apartment in ash. He has stopped cleaning himself, and his living environment is getting filthy. In Chapter 25, he begins masturbating incessantly, covering his apartment in semen. He continues to burn himself with the fireworks. As he masturbates, he remembers making love to Edith. He...

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