Bucky F*&ing Dent - Chapters 41-45 Summary & Analysis

David Duchovny
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Mariana tells Ted that he has a concussion. They go home, and the old men use a hose to make it look like it is raining. Ted puts on a cassette tape of jungle noises with thunder. He hopes that this combination will cause Marty to believe that a rain-out has occurred for the Red Socks game. Marty swears he hears a parrot and proclaims that he sometimes feels like a parrot in Brooklyn.

Ted leaves and arrives at work during the second inning, causing his boss to yell at him. While working he carries around an Emile Bronnaire poem with him and reflects on the words "without decline in love, without complaint, we shall live again."

Ted goes home to learn that Marty slept all day. Ted asks his father if he wants to eat the Chinese food that he bought. Marty...

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