Slapstick: Or, Lonesome No More! - Chapters 26 and 27 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26 and 27 Summary

After the orgy, mutual fear keeps Eliza and Wilbur apart. Mushari tells Wilbur that Eliza was even more shattered than him. She purchases a condo in Machu Picchu in Peru, which is becoming a popular haven for the rich from the world over. Mushari confesses that he was motivated by greed when he took on Eliza's case, but witnessing the orgy has left him tired and perplexed. He hands over Eliza's affairs to Wilbur's lawyers. Wilbur hears about Mushari again several years later after graduating medical school at the bottom of his class. Tap dancing was gaining popularity and Mushari had invented peel-on taps that could be taken on and off shoes at convenience.

Wilbur never sees Eliza again but physically hears her two more times, once when he graduates medical school and once when he is president, many years after...

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