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Mostly Harmless - Chapter 19 and Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19 and Chapter 20 Summary

In chapter nineteen, the Perfectly Normal Beasts thunder on the plains. Arthur and Ford have a hard time hearing each other over the Beasts' hooves. Ford suggests they should ride them out there. Arthur says they will be killed. There is a guy who claims Arthur kills him over and over again. One of the places is Stavromula Beta. Arthur says no one knows it. Ford does not know it either. Arthur says they must lure the Beast with a brightly colored cloth. Ford hands over his towel.

In chapter twenty, Arthur and Ford struggle to catch the attention of a Beast. Old Thrashburg, the elder of Lamuella, comes from behind them and tells them they need a pikka bird to attract the Beast. Old Thrashburg is sad because the sandwich maker, Arthur, will leave. Arthur says his apprentice can take over. They...

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