Danny the Champion of the World - Chapters 16 – 20 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 16, The Champion of the World, Danny and his father return to Hazell Wood in the darkness, and discover the pheasants beginning to roost. Suddenly, the pheasants begin dropping to the ground, fast asleep. Danny and his father are excited. They begin to pile up the pheasants, then place them in sacks. Danny’s father believes they have hit a world record for poaching pheasants, so he names Danny the champion of the world. With the sacks full of pheasants, Danny and his father head to the road where Old Charlie Kinch, another poacher, is waiting in his taxi to give Danny and his father a ride.

In Chapter 17, The Taxi, Old Charlie Kinch is impressed with the poaching haul, and with Danny’s role in things. Danny’s father explains the pheasants will be divided up and given to friends, including Charlie...

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