The Mysteries of Pittsburgh - Chapters 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 3 and 4 Summary

Arthur takes Art through the party looking for someone named Jane Bellwether. Jane, who would have been an ideal match for Art in his father's eyes, is girlfriend to the notorious Cleveland, who is not at the party but who is obviously very popular among these people. Jane is going to go to New Mexico the following day with her family, and Arthur will be housesitting for them. Arthur invites Art to visit him while he stays at the Bellwethers.'

Art observes some negativity between Arthur and Abdullah over someone named Richard, who is Cleveland's cousin, and the tension has to do with the homosexual relationships among the three of them.

Art is regaled by Jane and Arthur with wild tales about Cleveland and his hilarious exploits across the country. All of them eventually become quite intoxicated, and Arthur invites...

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