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In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash - Chapters 9-10, I Introduce Flick to the Art World and My Old Man and the Lascivious Special Award that Heralded the Birth of Pop Art Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 9-10, I Introduce Flick to the Art World and My Old Man and the Lascivious Special Award that Heralded the Birth of Pop Art Summary

In Chapter 9, Ralph glimpses the jukebox in the tavern. As it plays, the plastic monstrosity emits a reddish-purple light of bright neon. Waterfalls cascading through the plastic sides of the jukebox complete the picture. As Ralph admires this brilliant wonder of Pop Art, Flick appears confused. "What's Pop Art?" he asks. The discussion reminds Ralph of a trip to the Museum of Modern Art and the fateful day that his family first learned the fine art of Pop Art appreciation.

In Chapter 10, Ralph properly explains his father's fascination with puzzles and contests. In the Depression...

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