Fives and Twenty-Fives - Dad — The Brass Buttons Summary & Analysis

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Summary

Lester writes a note to his father telling him he’ll be staying in New Orleans to help out at the shop there and staying with Landry. He promises he’ll be back Christmas Eve.

Lizzy and Lester are watching news coverage of the riot in Tunisia when Lizzy questions Lester about his service. Lizzy asks what he thinks about the people fighting for their freedom and Lester responds that he hopes no one gets hurt. Lizzy went on about the country shutting off the Internet and Lester told her the Marines would shut off the phones and Internet for days after someone was killed.

A snippet from Huck Finn and comment from Dodge describes how Huck was charmed by a southern gentleman but that Huck really wanted strong leadership instead of just charm.

In the section “The Second Son of...

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