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In God We Trust, All Others Pay Cash - Chapters 11-12, Flick Makes an Artistic Judgment and The Magic Mountain Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 11-12, Flick Makes an Artistic Judgment and The Magic Mountain Summary

Following a debate about a piece of modern art in the aforementioned Museum, Ralph and Flick begin to recall the year that the World's Fair was held in Chicago. Although they are merely small children at the time of the historic event, each of the men recalls certain aspects of the fair that they attended. Ralph's memory is quite clear. In Chapter 12, Ralph recounts the magical year in which the marvel of the World's Fair is being constructed. It begins with the appearance of a model of Fort Sheridan that Ralph is sure is being built with Lincoln Logs.

Ralph learns that there is "a special Kid thing" at the fair called Treasure Island. When Ralph and his brother arrive at the fair...

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