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The Financial Lives of the Poets - Chapter 29: Lincoln Log Dreams Summary & Analysis

Jess Walter
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Matt wakes up in the basement of Monte’s house to the sound of an alarm. He had given Dave, Monte, and Jamie a head start before he went to the police and quit being a CI. He walks upstairs and everyone is gone. He finds his keys on the table and drives home. He arrives home to see Chuck at the edge of his driveway watching Matt’s dad build the fort out of the lumber. Chuck says he told him he was there to take it back but Matt’s dad ignored him. Chuck stumbles over his words to Matt, apologizing for sneaking around with Lisa, but admitting while they did not do anything he was in love with her. Matt simply says, “It’s okay” (299) and Chuck drives away. Matt’s sons come excitedly run outside and ask...

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