Slapstick: Or, Lonesome No More! - Chapters 23, 24, and 25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 23, 24, and 25 Summary

Not up to a confrontation, Wilbur's mother goes upstairs to her room. Wilbur sends the servants away and opens the door to Eliza and Mushari. Police keep the crowd from entering the home. Once inside, Eliza chastises Wilbur and suggests that their father was a sea turtle in Turtle Bay whom their mother mated one night. Wilbur feels self-loathing as Eliza's drinking and smoking have taken their toll on her appearance. She tells him that they've come to hear what he has to say since he is the brainy one, while she was merely a tumor that needed to be removed from his side. She calls him a fascist and describes Mushari as the only family she has. Wilbur says their mother is wrought with guilt, and Eliza says that is as it should be, because the only thing Wilbur and...

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