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The Financial Lives of the Poets - Chapter 30: After 7/11 Summary & Analysis

Jess Walter
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Chapter 30 acts as a prologue to the story. Matt plead guilty to drug charges and was given probation on account of having a family and no prior arrests. Matt and Lisa file for bankruptcy and lose their house along with anything else they owed money on. Matt moves into a small two-bedroom apartment in a triplex near downtown while Lisa feels she needs some space so she stays with Dani, but Matt suspects she is spending her evenings with Chuck. Matt’s dad is sent to live in a nursing home just one mile away from Matt’s apartment. Matt has the wooden fort moved into the front of his triplex, which Teddy and Franklin never play in but some neighbors love to play with. Matt’s favorite part about his new home is the balcony. He cannot wait for warm weather so...

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