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Collected Stories Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 21-30 Summary

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Chapters 21-30 Summary

Chapter 21 - Dip in the Pool: William Botibol is a passenger on a cruise ship in the Atlantic that hits rough seas. Botibol is determined to win the betting pool on when the ship will reach a certain point. After the storm passes, the ship moves straight and fast toward its destination. Aware that the change of weather means he cannot win the pool, Botibol decides to jump overboard and delay the ship. A woman watches as he jumps. The woman's traveling companion arrives, and she tells her she just saw a man jump overboard fully clothed. "Nonsense," her companion says as she leads the woman back to their cabin.

Chapter 22 - "The Great Automatic Grammatizator,": Adolph Knipe comes up with the idea for the company he works for to offer writers a contract for an income in exchange for use of their names on...

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