Roadwork - Part Three: January 5, 7 1974 Summary & Analysis

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Part Three: January 5, 7 1974 Summary

t has taken days for Bart to feel normal again. In a way, it helped him. Bart feels as though his brain has been swept clean. Mary calls him on the first, cautiously feeling him out, but Bart has an absolutely sane and normal conversation with her. However, he can't understand why he killed the television. He goes shopping and enjoys the normalcy of getting groceries until a woman in front of him has a brain hemorrhage and dies in front of him. He wonders about the significance of this omen.

On the way home, Bart finds himself wondering what happened to Charlie's clothes. He goes up into the partial attic and begins randomly opening boxes. He finds three boxes filled with Charlie's clothing. Eventually, the smell of mothballs drives him back downstairs, shaking. He drinks so much that...

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