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Paul Harvey's The Rest of the Story Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 39-43 Summary

Paul Harvey
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Chapter 39-43 Summary

Chapter 39 tells the story of pianist Olga Samaroff. She is the first woman of her country to earn admittance into the Paris Conservatoire. Samaroff is very popular during the time when Russian artists were in high demand. She was not Russian, however, and that is the rest of this story. She married Maestro Leopold Stokowski. Samaroff had only been her pseudonym. Her real name was Lucy Hickenlooper, a girl from San Antonio, Texas.

"Pelorus Jack" is the title of Chapter 40. Harvey explains how one old sailor named Jack helps navigate boats through a dangerous area called the Pelorus Sound. Jack dies at sea one day. Harvey recalls a Maori legend that says two Maori men both sought the same woman. The woman chose her suitor and the rejected man killed the woman and the other man on the beach of the Pelorus Sound. A tribal...

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