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The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 32 Summary

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Chapter 32 Summary

The alarms have gone off because a hostile ship has landed on the planet and armed intruders have entered the interior. The four travelers have disappeared, leaving the mice stranded on the floor, their glass transports shattered and scattered around them. Benjy and Frankie have no alternative now but to invent a plausible Question to take back to their dimension. After a couple of false starts that don't really fit the answer (which, of course, is "forty-two"), they settle on, "How many roads must a man walk down."

Meanwhile the four friends are running for their lives, pelted by a hail of Kill-O-Zap bolts. They are being missed so far, but an amplified voice demands that they stop and give themselves up. The cops have finally caught up with Zaphod Beeblebrox. Soon, Zaphod and his friends are cornered by the two murderous but...

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