Parrot and Olivier in America - Section 14: pages 341-364 Summary & Analysis

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Section 14: pages 341-364 Summary

Parrot writes Tilbot that he has told Olivier that the Abbe is dead and his mother wants him to return to France, but Olivier is happy with his present situation. He informs his former employer that he is now engaged in a different labor that what he was intended to perform, and he has a business proposition for Tilbot. He sends quality engravings with the letter, suggesting Tilbot may profit from the etchings of Mr. Algernon Watkins. Parrot and his business partners have obtained orders for a portfolio of such engravings in Boston, New York and Philadelphia, but he hopes Tilbot can help sell them in Europe. In Albany, Olivier is excited when Godefroy's friends insist he join them in the Independence Day procession as a dignitary, but he is not impressed with the procession which includes the participation of various industries and...

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