No. 44, The Mysterious Stranger - Chapters 15, 16 and 17 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 15, 16 and 17 Summary

No. 44 is not concerned about his possible fate and resists all of August's attempts to convert him. Actually, No. 44 is in a very good mood. He pulls a harmonica from his pocket, begins playing it, and then dances around the room without ever getting tired. August wonders how No. 44 can be so casual about the fact that the magician may reduce him to ashes, and No. 44 says that "at home" things like that don't matter. August would like to know more about this, but No. 44 disappears again in a flash.

The next time No. 44 appears, he is dressed in gaudy clothes like a dandy. Katzenyammer cannot tolerate No. 44's arrogant demeanor and slaps the boy, after which No. 44 warns the tribe that within a few hours they will all see that it is not wise to offend the master. A cloud...

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