Hocus Pocus - Chapter Twenty-Nine Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Twenty-Nine Summary

Eugene further states he believes Hooper's dying admission he was running nothing beyond a whorehouse is fitting for anyone who has ever had a job in the industrialized world. All jobs make prostitutes of their workers, he believes. But Eugene doesn't blame humanity, since he sees it as a case of there being so few good choices, people make bad ones because they're easier to make on face value. Speaking of which, Eugene remembers meeting Muriel in the Black Cate Cafe that evening. Because Muriel's husband is dying and in a wheelchair, she is tempted to have an affair with Eugene, whom she knows is equally unfulfilled because of his mate's insanity. But just as the two get intimate, a man bursts inside, screaming to know where is the kid who stole the bicycle parked outside. It turns out to be...

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