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Roadwork Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Two: December 24-26 1973 Summary

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Part Two: December 24-26 1973 Summary

Bart finds a place to fix the window of the car, saying it had been damaged by a rock. He takes his clothes to the laundromat, and reads an article in the paper about the damage done to the construction site. He naps, and when he wakes it is to the sound of bells that he thinks are from a fire truck at first, but then realizes it is just the Salvation Army Santa Claus.

Olivia calls, unhappy, having been raped while on drugs. He tells her he's thinking of committing suicide. He tells her old age is like driving through snow that gets deeper and deeper until finally you just can't move. She tells him he should call a help line, but he won't. Against her protests, he says he'll send her five hundred dollars.

Early in the afternoon, Mary...

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