The Best of Roald Dahl - Pig and The Visitor Summary & Analysis

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Pig and The Visitor Summary

Lexington's parents bring him home from the hospital and then go out to dinner. They come back and realize they don't have a key. They break in through the window, but cops pass by and shoot them dead, thinking they are robbers. The baby's Aunt Glosspan comes to claim him and takes Lexington to live with her. Aunt Glosspan is a vegetarian, and tells Lexington how other people eat dead animals. Lexington takes over cooking for them, creating wonderful vegetarian creations. He begins writing a cookbook. Aunt Glosspan dies, and Lexington is left alone. She leaves him a letter with directions to get his inheritance and work on his cookbook. His aunt's lawyer cheats him out of most of his inheritance, but he doesn't realize, being naive about money. He goes to a restaurant and tries pork...

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