The Best of Roald Dahl - Man from the South and The Sound Machine Summary & Analysis

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Man from the South and The Sound Machine Summary

An Englishman is vacationing in a hotel in Jamaica. He meets a South American man near the pool, and they watch a couple of American sailors flirting with English girls. One of the sailors and one of the girls comes over. The South American man goes to light a cigar and the sailor offers his lighter. The South American man makes the sailor a bet that if the lighter ignites ten times in a row he will give the sailor his car. If the lighter fails to light even once, the sailor will give the South American his little finger. The South American secures the American sailor's hand down with a piece of string and nails. The Englishman starts to suspect the South American has done this before. The...

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