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Parrot and Olivier in America Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 8: pages 166-185 Summary

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Section 8: pages 166-185 Summary

Due to Olivier shooting a man, Parrot is sent to prison in the Tombs. A man in the next cell asks about Parrot's offense but ignores Parrot's reciprocal question, instead expressing concern for his ten-year-old son who is being held on the tier above. After reading from the Bible about how God commanded Abraham to sacrifice Isaac, the man offers Parrot $500 to take his son. Realizing the man wants him to kill his son because the boy witnessed his father murder his mother, Parrot lunges at the man but is beaten back and thrown into the lowest level of the Tombs where the boy is held. Parrot follows Tilbot to the Roborough Inn where they catch a ride to Plymouth. Seeing soldiers with coffins leading four chained men, Parrot recognizes his father as the man closest to the front, and his father turns...

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