The Mysteries of Pittsburgh - Chapter 22 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 22 Summary

Cleveland has returned, groomed and well-dressed, on his motorcycle to the town of his early childhood. He is in his dark frame of mind and is planning to do something bad, for which he has steeled himself with alcohol. He parks at a small shopping center and proceeds to walk an hour through the woods that lay behind it. He thinks of himself as a jewel thief, and is expecting great amounts of money. Cleveland's teacher, Pete Arcola, has been oddly anxious, but their boss, Punicki, has set up elaborate precautions for the fencing operation they intend to pull off. Arcola and Cleveland have wondered if Frankie Breezy has been making threats, but Cleveland was more nervous, for some reason,that Art's father might be around, watching him. Finally arriving in the vicinity of the house he plans to rob, Cleveland checks it...

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