History Literature / TheMysteriesOfPittsburgh

18th Sep '16 11:06:43 PM PaulA
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* MissingMom: Art Bechstein's mom.
18th Sep '16 10:50:14 PM PaulA
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%%* ClosetKey: [[spoiler: Arthur for Art.]]

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%%* * ClosetKey: [[spoiler: Arthur for Art.]] Bechstein constantly describes Arthur Lecomte's apperance in obsessive detail, commenting on his shoe brand, the stubble on his jawline, the color of his chest hair and the way he blushes, among other characteristics. He even admits that he's fixated on him hours after meeting him, after a page-long soliloquy on Lecomte's homosexuality. It doesn't really come as a shock to anyone when they do it, though it takes about two thirds of the book to get there.



%%* EndingMemorialService: For [[spoiler: Cleveland]].

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%%* * EndingMemorialService: For [[spoiler: Cleveland]].The novel ends with [[spoiler:Cleveland]]'s funeral and Art reflecting on the summer past and how the various characters have dealt and are dealing with it.
30th May '15 12:42:32 PM Morgenthaler
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* [[MafiaPrincess Mafia Prince]]: Art could be a considered one right down to [[spoiler: Mafia henchmen scaring away his lover Arthur]].
30th May '15 12:42:16 PM Morgenthaler
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* UsefulNotes/{{Pittsburgh}}: The setting, almost a character in itself.
30th May '15 12:42:02 PM Morgenthaler
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* BettyAndVeronica: Phlox and [[spoiler: Arthur]] for Art.
* BiTheWay: [[spoiler: Art]].
* ClosetKey: [[spoiler: Arthur for Art.]]
* CloudCuckooLander: Phlox
* ComingOfAgeStory
* DownerEnding
* EndingMemorialService: For [[spoiler: Cleveland]].
* {{Gayngst}}
* HeteronormativeCrusader: Phlox

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* %%* BettyAndVeronica: Phlox and [[spoiler: Arthur]] for Art.
* %%* BiTheWay: [[spoiler: Art]].
* %%* ClosetKey: [[spoiler: Arthur for Art.]]
* %%* CloudCuckooLander: Phlox
* %%* ComingOfAgeStory
* %%* DownerEnding
* %%* EndingMemorialService: For [[spoiler: Cleveland]].
* %%* {{Gayngst}}
* %%* HeteronormativeCrusader: Phlox
8th Aug '12 2:02:05 PM MarkLungo
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* {{Pittsburgh}}: The setting, almost a character in itself.

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* {{Pittsburgh}}: UsefulNotes/{{Pittsburgh}}: The setting, almost a character in itself.
19th May '12 2:36:19 PM Xtifr
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The first novel by award-winning author MichaelChabon, ''The Mysteries of Pittsburgh'' (1988) is a coming of age story following a young man, Art Bechenstein, as he finishes college and falls in a with a new group of friends in the following summer. Furthermore, his background as the son of a member of an organized crime family also complicates his relationships with his new friends and lovers.

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The first novel by award-winning author MichaelChabon, Creator/MichaelChabon, ''The Mysteries of Pittsburgh'' (1988) is a coming of age story following a young man, Art Bechenstein, as he finishes college and falls in a with a new group of friends in the following summer. Furthermore, his background as the son of a member of an organized crime family also complicates his relationships with his new friends and lovers.
5th Dec '11 6:28:11 PM Falco
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* ClosetKey: [[spoiler: Arthur]] for Art.

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* ClosetKey: [[spoiler: Arthur]] Arthur for Art. Art.]]
26th Oct '11 9:38:56 PM Falco
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* ClosetKey: [[spoiler: Arthur]] for Art.
18th Oct '11 4:54:20 AM Byzantine
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The first novel by award-winning author MichaelChabon, ''The Mysteries of Pittsburgh'' is a coming of age story following a young man, Art Bechenstein, as he finishes college and falls in a with a new group of friends in the following summer. Furthermore, his background as the son of a member of an organized crime family also complicates his relationships with his new friends and lovers.

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The first novel by award-winning author MichaelChabon, ''The Mysteries of Pittsburgh'' (1988) is a coming of age story following a young man, Art Bechenstein, as he finishes college and falls in a with a new group of friends in the following summer. Furthermore, his background as the son of a member of an organized crime family also complicates his relationships with his new friends and lovers.
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