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Breakfast on Pluto - Chapter 28, Dancing on a Saturday Night Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 28, Dancing on a Saturday Night Summary

The story shifts to Belfast, where two soldiers are wandering the streets on a Friday night. They brashly enter a disco and begin talking to two girls in the corner. After the bar closes, the girls invite the soldiers to an after-hours party. At the party, four men in ski-masks surround the soldiers and kill them.

Terence says that Patrick is thinking too much about life. Patrick fervently argues that parents who bring children into the world ought to be held responsible for those children. Patrick cries because his mother abandoned him. Patrick refers to the Martina episode that occurred behind the creamery. He also reveals that, after returning home from London, Charlie was miserable because of Irwin's murder.

Chapter 28, Dancing on a Saturday Night Analysis

Terence feels that Patrick is "thinking too...

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