Roadwork - Part Three: January 20, 1974 Summary & Analysis

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Part Three: January 20, 1974 Summary

When Bart wakes he at first panics, thinking he'd slept too late, but then he gets ahold of himself and gets busy. He bolts and locks the doors and windows, hauls the box of explosives out of the closet, and muscles it up the stairs. He begins peeling back fuse wire and rigging sticks together. He puts a few in each room upstairs, making a small bundle for Charlie's room, and continuing downstairs after throwing the coil of fuse over the railing. He wires every room downstairs as well, hooking up the positive side to the battery. He moves the easy chair into the kitchen and turns it upside down next to the window. Now he feels ready.

Just after ten one police car and a green sedan pull up, and though the police get out of their vehicle...

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