Red Prophet - Chapter 19: Homecoming Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19: Homecoming Summary

Napoleon was treated with well on the way back to France, not forced to wear irons or confined. He dined with Governor La Fayette and La Fayette wondered how he ever mistrusted Napoleon. His amulet was buried with de Maurepas in a grave outside of Detroit.

Ta-Kumsaw paddled into the fog without fear. When he neared the shore, a man took an end of his canoe and pulled him in, helping Ta-Kumsaw out. He tells him to let the canoe go as there will be no more crossing to the other side, and Ta-Kumsaw recognizes the voice of his brother, Lolla-Wossiky.

When Alvin reached the outskirts of town, he found a sign tacked right on Wobbish road that warned all who came to either pass by or hear a tale that is unfit for the ears of man. He knew the purpose, but was no...

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