Slapstick: Or, Lonesome No More! - Chapters 43 and 44 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 43 and 44 Summary

Back in the future, Melody and Isadore have gone to visit Isadore's large family, the Raspberries. Wilbur walks to the baby pyramid, then to the Daffodil Club, and finally to Vera's farm which had once been his parents' home in Turtle Bay. Her happy slaves plant watermelon, corn, and sunflowers while singing Ol' Man River. Some were formerly Raspberries but now all the slaves are Chipmunk-5s, which is required to work on Vera's farm.

Vera usually labors with her slaves but on this day, Wilbur finds her tinkering with a microscope. She is trying to view an opal but not having any luck. People give her jewelry as they give Wilbur candlesticks, though both items are useless now. The reason he, Vera and others escaped the Green Death is that they took an antidote accidentally discovered by the Raspberries from...

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