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Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15 Summary

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Chapter 15 Summary

Cat Morgan is a cat who has lived a rich, full life. He was a pirate on the high seas, and has seen many things. However, now he is retired and he keeps the door at Faber and Faber. Although he was a fierce pirate, he has many good qualities. He may be lacking in manners, but his heart is as good as gold. Although he enjoys the comforts of retirement, he is still content with the fare of a pirate: cold beer and a bit of fish. He may not be the prettiest cat, but he gets the job done in Bloomsbury Square.

Chapter 15 Analysis

This last poem is a brief addition that brings a close to the book. Cat Morgan is a simple cat, which is refreshing after reading some of the character studies. Eliot begins his studies with Jennyanydots and ends them with Cat...

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