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Parrot and Olivier in America Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 5: pages 105-127 Summary

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Section 5: pages 105-127 Summary

Olivier writes to his mother from the ship the Havre that his only friend in the world is dead and he is stuck alone at sea with the clown to whom he is dictating this letter. Blacqueville and Olivier visited the Countess S on Olivier's mother's orders, but when Monsieur d'Audloy called Olivier a traitor for going to America, Blacqueville challenged him to a duel and was killed. Olivier had planned to return to Paris, but when he presented himself to the captain to obtain a refund, he accepted a drink from the captain and awoke to find himself at sea. Parrot explains that the captain of the Havre accepts Tilbot's bribe to accommodate two additional passengers, but when Parrot finds Mathilde and her mother on board the ship, they refuse to even look at him, and his attempts at reconciliation are ignored...

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