Songs of the Humpback Whale - Chapter 66 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 66 Summary

Sam keeps quiet while Oliver, who insisted on driving his car, pretends to have control of the situation. The car runs out of gas three miles from a station. Sam offers to stay with the car to keep it from being towed but Oliver demands that Sam go with him. By the time they return with the gas, the car has been towed. Five more miles, two hours and sixty-five dollars later, they are ready to get back on the road, so Sam offers to drive so they get there before nightfall. Sam knows that he has the advantage over Oliver in height and strength and youth but he shows maturity and restraint by not provoking Oliver into a fight.

At the Slegg home, Oliver kindly bullies Mrs. Slegg into letting him check the house for his daughter. Mrs. Slegg mentions that two...

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