The Mysteries of Pittsburgh - Chapters 16 and 17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16 and 17 Summary

Cleveland sees other men at one of the rundown houses who look similar to him, mounted on motorcycles. Cleveland begins running toward them, falls and steps on his glasses. One of the men, named Feldman, tells Art there are four people in a house that Art recognizes as one they had been to earlier where the elderly woman lived. When Art goes into the nasty house with Feldman, he sees Cleveland fighting with a huge black man named Lurch, and the elderly couple cowering. Feldman pulls a gun and tells them to stop. Cleveland tells Feldman that he has already "juiced" the couple earlier for seventy-five dollars.

Feldman asks Art's opinion, since he is the son of "Joe the Egg." Art tries to deny much contact with his father, but they tell him what room his father is staying in at...

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