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Parrot and Olivier in America Chapter Summary & Analysis - Section 10: pages 223-258 Summary

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Section 10: pages 223-258 Summary

Parrot follows Olivier into Eastern State Penitentiary, noting Olivier's observations and his own. At the end of the day, Olivier asks Parrot to go to New York to find a good edition of a French play. Parrot boards the Phoenix in the morning, but when he reaches the boardinghouse in New York, he finds that Mathilde and her mother are gone. Following his father's example of specifying his wants to servants, Olivier tells Parrot what book to buy and when to return, so when he does not return on Monday, Olivier is impatient to be on the way to New Haven. Duponceau helps him make arrangements, but Parrot arrives just in time to attend Olivier on the Zeus; however, he tells Olivier that he bought "L'Impromptu de Versailles" since the bookstore does not carry "Cartouche" or "Tartuffe". Olivier insists he cannot recite from...

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