The Alienist - Study Guide Part 2, Association: Chapters 22-25 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 22, Moore decides to meet with the two bishops of the local Catholic and Episcopal churches who might have sent priests to the homes of the victim's families. The Episcopal bishop, Henry Codman Potter, is rude and extremely unhelpful, making it clear he is not interested in the investigation of the child murders. Archbishop Corrigan of the Catholic Church appears much more open as he shows Moore the work being done on a new cathedral and the Orphan Society. However, Moore quickly realizes that Corrigan is showing these things to Moore to express that the money comes from the people and that talk of the child murders will only dry up such donations.

Kreizler surprises Moore one day by taking him on a long train trip. It turns out Kreizler has made arrangements to see Jesse Pomeroy, a criminal who...

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