The Book of Harlan - Chapters 51 - 57 Summary & Analysis

Bernice L. McFadden
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It is March in Chapter 51 when Harlan and the band reached Paris. Eugene Ballard greeted them at the pier and took them to Montmartre, which was considered the Harlem of Paris. They drove past the Moulin Rouge and Eugene pointed out landmarks and places where celebrities lived or had performed. Eugene pointed out his club L'Escadrille as they headed to the hotel they would be staying. Once in his room Harlan opened the window and announced his presence. The look on Lizard's face alarmed Harlan asked Lizard if something was up. Lizard told Harlan that it was nothing.

In Chapter 52, at the time Harlan had arrived, business in Montmartre was beginning to pick up. American musicians had left France because of the threat of war breaking out in Germany and bands from Paris were not able to copy the American sound. After months...

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