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The Best of Roald Dahl Chapter Summary & Analysis - The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and The Bookseller Summary

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The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar and The Bookseller Summary

Henry Sugar is a wealthy playboy who loves to gamble and increase his fortune, but is not afraid to cheat to do it. One day, at a friend's home, he finds a notebook describing the life of Imhrat Khan, who could see without his eyes. Khan is with a traveling show, and he comes to the hospital and asks Dr. John Cartwright and other doctors to bandage his eyes so he can't see. Cartwright and another doctor use dough, bandages, and scarfs, but Khan can still see as he leaves the hospital, even riding a bike. Dr. Cartwright goes to see Khan's show and is amazed how he throws knifes, juggles, and threads a needle, all while blindfolded. He talks with Khan after the show, and Khan tells him how he...

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