In Cold Blood

how is Dewey handling the stress and pressure of the case?


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Dewey is frustrated onver the way the case is unfolding. Alvin Dewey continues to dwell on the Clutter home, finding it a comforting symbol of quieter time. On some level, it seems, he hopes to find, within the material artifacts of the home, a resolution to the collective trauma that the residents of Garden City have suffered.