Slapstick: Or, Lonesome No More! - Chapters 35 and 36 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 35 and 36 Summary

Wilbur writes midmorning in the Empire State Building. Later that day, he, Melody, and Isadore are going to have a picnic on the roof. Wilbur's birthday is only two days away. Vera's slave has brought a chicken, some bread, and creamy beer for them to enjoy. Melody is plucking the chicken. Because of the light gravity, feathers float around her. Isadore sweeps with a twig broom and sings one of only two songs he knows, Row, Row, Row Your Boat. Wilbur remembers the day he received a letter from himself assigning his new middle name - Daffodil-11. He was delighted by his middle name and had the oval office painted pale yellow. A shy dishwasher from the White House kitchen entered and said his middle name was also Daffodil-11. Wilbur calls him "my brother."

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