No. 44, The Mysterious Stranger - Chapters 18, 19, 20 and 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 18, 19, 20 and 21 Summary

August regains his composure when No. 44 tells him that he is alive and not a ghost. No. 44 tells August that he has just come back from America, a country that will be discovered next fall. No. 44 has visited America many times in the past, present, and future and has brought a duck for dinner from nineteenth-century America.

No. 44 inquires about the Duplicates, and August honestly tells his friend that the Duplicates have become a problem. No. 44 suspected this would happen because the Duplicates are not real people but rather the Dream Selves of the Originals, alike in many ways but without the encumbrances of flesh and worldly needs.

August struggles with this concept and No. 44 promises to explain more later and gives August a gift of a silver service, one piece engraved with the words "America Cup" and on the smaller...

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