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The Cat Who Turned on and Off Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 21 Summary

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Chapter 21 Summary

Qwilleran reads Glanz' manuscript which, although badly written, is clearly based on the citizens of Junktown. His reading is interrupted first by a meeting at the Fluxion offices whose exact purpose is not revealed but which the reader can assume has to do with Mary's Christmas present. When Qwilleran returns home, further reading is interrupted by a conversation with Iris Cobb, who reveals that she had not been saving any radios for Hollis Prantz and who later sends her son Dennis to help Qwilleran move a new desk from the Cobb's shop into his apartment. Dennis also helps Qwilleran hang the Mackintosh coat of arms above the mantelpiece. Further reading of the manuscript reveals that one of the characters deals drugs out of his shop, triggering a train of thought in Qwilleran that leads him to deduce that the seekers of horse brasses he recently encountered (which...

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