Fives and Twenty-Fives - Through all his travels and adventures — An Interpretation Summary & Analysis

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Summary

A snippet of Huck Finn is included in which Dodge points out that the boy always shunned pity.

In the section “Fadil al Baquii” Dodge has been asked by his flatmates to write a letter for their cause. They want him to get Lester’s telephone number so he can write down the letter as Dodge reads it.

Dodge remembers his week of leave from the Marines. He is taken to Habbaniyah where he lies and tells the police he is supposed to sleep at their station and patrol with them. He learned that Mundhir had been taken in by Dodge’s father. On the fourth day of his leave, Dodge snuck to his father’s house. The house was dark and quiet and his father’s car gone. As he approached the house he heard Nasim...

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