A History of the World in 10 1/2 Chapters - Chapters 9-10 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 9-10 Summary

Chapter 9, "Project Ararat," details the life of the formerly mentioned Spike "Touchdown" Tiggler. Spike was an average boy from a small North Carolina town. His first view of the Ark was in fact a replica erected by a church as its worship center. Spike was not exactly the town hero, but after his great touchdown, became something of a legend. Spike took Mary-Beth's virginity shortly before leaving town and went into the military. Mary-Beth's mother lamented that it was a shame the bomb had already been dropped before Tiggler could get there.

The touchdown legend came when Tiggler threw a touchdown on the moon. The entire scene was indulgent on Tiggler's part, but the men were off duty, so why not? It wasn't long after that Tiggler first heard the voice telling him to find Noah's Ark. It took a while...

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