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Charlotte's Web Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 20 – The Hour of Triumph Summary

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Chapter 20 Summary - The Hour of Triumph

When Wilbur, the Arables, and the Zuckermans arrive at the grandstand, Fern pleads to have some money to go on the Ferris wheel with Henry Fussy. She leaves, and Wilbur exits his crate and takes the stage. The announcer tells everyone about the miracles that have been occurring at Zuckerman's since the summer, and says that everyone should feel proud and grateful that such a miracle has taken place among them. He continues to praise Wilbur, finishing off by telling Homer that he is being awarded twenty-five dollars and a medal for his terrific, radiant, and humble pig, who has attracting many visitors too the fair.

Wilbur is so excited that he faints. Lurvy runs to get water to throw on the pig, but Templeton, who has stowed away in the crate, takes matters into his own teeth...

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