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The Schwa Was Here Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 21-22, 'Why I Started Vandalizing Brooklyn' and 'My Anonymous Contribution to Popular Culture and to My Parents' Phone Bill' Summary

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Chapters 21-22, 'Why I Started Vandalizing Brooklyn' and 'My Anonymous Contribution to Popular Culture and to My Parents' Phone Bill' Summary

The Schwa brings the letters into school and tells Antsy that he is going to write back. He wants to meet his mother one day and tell her to her face what she did to him, and to hear her say sorry.

When Antsy goes home that day, his father is sitting in the living room looking glum. He tells Antsy that he was fired. Antsy asks him what happened and he says that an investor offered to give a lot of money to the company on the condition that they fire him. Antsy immediately suspects Crawley, who once threatened to do exactly this, and who also said he...

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