Straight Man - Book Two, Judas Peckerwood: Chapters 21-25 Summary & Analysis

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Book Two, Judas Peckerwood: Chapters 21-25 Summary

Hank receives a phone call on Monday morning from Lou Steinmetz, the head of campus security, requesting that Hank come to campus because of an incident that has taken place. Teddy calls immediately after, asking if Hank had actually 'done it.' It seems that someone has indeed killed a duck, or in reality, a goose. Hank pleads the fifth with Teddy, who informs him that this act could sway the members of the department that will be voting to recall him as chair this afternoon.

Hank drives to the campus, driving by Julie's empty house along the way. He had discussed the situation with Lily over the weekend, and well as the situation with her father, Angelo. It seems that Angelo has been in jail for the past week, for discharging a...

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