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The Financial Lives of the Poets - Chapter 21: Agent CI OH-2 Goes Rogue Summary & Analysis

Jess Walter
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Summary

This chapter consists of a short poem assumedly depicting the beginning of of Matt’s “plan.” It starts with Chuck looking at Matt like he is crazy. Matt seems to be trying to sell Chuck weed, saying he felt bad about returning the wood so he wanted to give him a good deal. Chuck politely and repeatedly tells Matt he is not interested and he does not smoke pot. Matt is wearing a watch with a microphone in it, given to him by the officers, which Matt says, “...picks up my insane laugh” (241).

Analysis

It is fitting that the audience learns the beginning of Matt’s new plan through poetry form, as it has been established poetry is a way Matt copes with reality. Matt is seemingly has no where else to go, but suddenly had an epiphany of...

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