Hocus Pocus - Chapter Twenty-Seven Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty-Seven Summary

Eugene reflects on a time before the prison riot when he had first been let go from Tarkington but hadn't yet been hired at Athena prison. He blackly stumbled along in the dark until he came across a bike. The bike is a ten-speed and expensive, and yet, Eugene finds it left in the bushes, unattended. He imagines that it has been stolen by a poor person from a rich kid who doesn't even miss it, probably. Eugene takes the bike and rides it to a local tavern called the Black Cat Cafe. It is the first time he ever sets foot in the place, because it has a reputation as being a seedy bar in the community and thus not to be frequented by respectable persons. Eugene recalls that later at Athena, when he had been employed there to help...

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