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Flora and Ulysses: The Illuminated Adventures - Chapters 14-32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 14-32

Chapter 14

Mrs. Buckman wakes her in the morning. Mrs. Buckman has discovered someone typed on her typewriter in the night and she thinks it was Flora despite Flora’s insistence she did not. Flora believes it was Ulysses who typed on the machine.

Chapter 15

The doorbell rings and Mrs. Buckman sends Flora to answer because she believes it to be her ex-husband.

Chapter 16

When Flora opens the door, she is surprised to find Mrs. Tickham at the door. Mrs. Tickham wants to see Ulysses. Flora tells Mrs. Tickham that she believes Ulysses can type. Mrs. Buckman comes into the room and becomes upset when she sees Ulysses sitting on the top of her precious lamp, Mary Ann. Flora offers to remove Ulysses, but her mother insists the animal is diseased and will not let her.

Chapter 17

Another visitor comes to the...

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