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Breakfast on Pluto - Chapter 14, A Head on Him Like Barney Gillis's Cockerel Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 14, A Head on Him Like Barney Gillis's Cockerel Summary

Patrick is kicked out of his cottage, which had been paid for by Eamon, and moves in with Charlie and her parents. One evening while watching David Bowie perform his Ziggy Stardust routine on television, Mr. Kane (Charlie's father) comments that David Bowie has a "head on him like Barney Gillis's cockerel!" Upstairs, Charlie and Patrick play 'Charlie's Salon' as Charlie pretends to be a stylist. Patrick decides to leave Tyreelin.

Chapter 14, A Head on Him Like Barney Gillis's Cockerel Analysis

This chapter progresses the story. Patrick leaves his cottage and decides to move to London.

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