James and the Giant Peach - Chapters 32 - 35 Summary & Analysis

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As daylight approaches, Centipede is sure that he sees land on the horizon. As the peach approaches, everyone sees that there is a vast city below them with tremendously tall buildings. They are sure they must have floated across the Atlantic Ocean and are now above a massive city somewhere in America. The prospect of being that far away from home is mind-boggling, almost impossible for anyone to believe. With excitement, the group begins to cut loose a few seagulls and float closer to earth. Soon, the travelers realize they are landing in New York City, in the very center of Manhattan. The people below are terrified that someone has sent over a massive bomb with the hopes of blowing up their whole city, so air raid sirens begin wailing and people run amok, trying to find a safe place to hide before...

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