The Cricket in Times Square - Chapter Five: Sunday Morning Summary & Analysis

George Selden
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Summary

Usually Mario sleeps in on Sundays, but for once he is up early and ready to go. As soon as the stand is open, he looks and finds Chester waiting for him. Mario brings him a variety of things from home to eat, uncertain as to what he would like, and Chester enjoys the new delicacies. Mario takes him over to a lunch counter next where Mickey the counterman gives him a glass of water. Mickey makes them both a strawberry soda and writes ‘cricket’ on a paper cup for Chester so Mario can get him water any time. He sees Papa Bellini talking to Mr. Smedley. When Chester chirps for him, Mr. Smedley insists that he chirps in a perfect middle C. Mario asks Papa to be allowed to go to Chinatown to buy a little house for Chester.

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