The Bingo Palace - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

After taking Albertine's advice to leave Shawnee Ray alone, Lipsha is on the right path to doing so. He finds out that he doesn't have a choice but to give Shawnee space because she has moved away to attend school. He looks her up but only uses the number as inspiration, calling her and hanging up once in a while. Lipsha's feelings for Shawnee are strong but less self-serving. He focuses on them having a future together rather than aiming for another night in a motel room with her. With Shawnee gone, Lipsha turns back to his bingo luck to help fill his thoughts. He happily thinks about all that he has saved to this point, and one day he decides to go to the bank to see the numbers up close. The bank informs him that the account has been exhausted and...

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