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Parrot and Olivier in America Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 4: pages 82-104 Summary

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Section 4: pages 82-104 Summary

In July 1830, the French are again angered by the king, and so Parrot plays secret nurse to Olivier as the young man is unhappy with the king, but Parrot does not understand that Olivier, as a noble, is honor-bound to protect the king from the angry mob. The king charges past the nobles, carrying as much silver as he possibly can, and Olivier weeps to see the last of the Bourbons depart. During the second week of his new assignment, Parrot watches as Olivier swears fealty to a new king on his parents' orders. The government agrees that Olivier may study American prisons as long as he pays for the journey himself. Parrot is preoccupied with his lover, Mathilde Christian, an artist for nobles. They live together, caring for her mother, Mme. Christian. Soon after the fall of Charles X, Tilbot informs Parrot...

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