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In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash - Chapters 13-14, Flick Dredges up a Notorious Son of a Bitch and Grover Dill and the Tasmanian Devil Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 13-14, Flick Dredges up a Notorious Son of a Bitch and Grover Dill and the Tasmanian Devil Summary

As Flick and Ralph continue to recall their favorite aspects of the World's Fair, an altercation occurs between two of the bar's patrons. Flick intervenes and gently escorts the two gentlemen out of the tavern. As they are leaving, Ralph notices that one of the men looks familiar. He mentions this to Flick, and Flick confirms that the man is a former childhood acquaintance named Grover Dill. This information jolts Ralph's memory about an encounter with Grover Dill that neither he nor Flick is ever likely to forget.

In Chapter 14, Ralph explains a brutal truth about male children. They are trapped in the "impenetrable fetid jungle of Kidhood." Ralph...

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