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The Water-method Man Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 31-34 Summary

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Chapters 31-34 Summary

Right after Bogus returns from Europe, he decides to go see Couth in Maine. His limo driver, Dante, reluctantly agrees to take him there, after being given a big tip. Although Bogus is excited to see Couth, Couth does not know what to say, because Biggie and Colm have moved in with him. In fact, Couth is trying to marry Biggie. Biggie resents Bogus for leaving for six months, with no communication. Bogus wants to get a look at Colm, but he does not want his son to see him. Out on the beach, with Bogus watching from afar, Colm makes friends with Dante and shows him some animals in the tide pools.

When Dante and Bogus arrive back in New York, they are accosted by a group of armed men who drag Bogus, now quite drunk, out of the limo. Dante decides to protect...

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