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The Financial Lives of the Poets - Chapter 28: Eddie’s Anger - A Limerick Summary & Analysis

Jess Walter
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Dave stands in front of Jamie and Matt beside himself with rage. Matt assumes Bea must have called Dave and told him what she was told. Matt is particularly mad at Bea, citing her loyalty to Dave as commonsense. Monte is confused and unsure what is happening and then Chet enters the room shouting he knew it all along. Dave repeatedly asks what he should do when Monte finally figures out what is going on and vomits bile all over the carpet. Dave tells Chet to put Matt downstairs while they figure out a plan.

Matt sits in the basement awaiting his fate, only hearing frantic footsteps up above. Dave comes down stairs and questions Matt. Matt reveals that he is not wearing a wire, only the recording watch which is not turned on. He also tells Dave...

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