Parrot and Olivier in America - Section 13: pages 318-340 Summary & Analysis

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Section 13: pages 318-340 Summary

Olivier is surprised to see Parrot return, and Parrot proposes that he will work hard to perform the labor Olivier requires, but he wants a horse and three hours each afternoon to be given to his own endeavors. About a week later, Mr. Godefroy expresses outrage and concern when his horse is seen in the shed of Mrs. Dover, a woman who is not above reproach, but Parrot assures Olivier that he is only renting a shed from Mrs. Dover. Soon, Olivier learns that Parrot is engaged in business with the town printer, Mr. Cloverdale, and when he is summoned to a town meeting, he shows that the printer is inept, leaving Wethersfield without a newspaper until after Independence Day. At the time, Olivier is engaged with writing about the American judicial system, and he often notices Parrot looking at him as though...

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