The Mysteries of Pittsburgh - Chapters 18 and 19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 18 and 19 Summary

After sitting with a stranger who tells Art a symbolic story of how women have the heart of policemen, Art goes to Phlox's house. Phlox knows immediately that he has been with someone else. She seems to know it was Arthur, and they spend a strange, strained day together. When Art arrives at the bookstore he sees his father buying a stack of books. He agrees to meet him on Wednesday.

Art sends roses to Phlox, and ends up eating a spicey Chinese lunch with Arthur. Phlox appears before them, angry and hurt, and knows about Art's lies and about the two of them. Arthur tells Art not to bother calling him. In an instant, Art has lost them both.

Cleveland arrives at Art's apartment and they make cheese sandwiches. Cleveland delivers a note to Art from Phlox, which explains how...

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