The Cricket in Times Square - Chapter Seven: The Cricket Cage Summary & Analysis

George Selden
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Summary

That night, Chester tells Tucker and Harry about his trip into Chinatown. Tucker is so taken with Chester’s new house that Chester asks him if he’d like to sleep in it. Tucker jumps at the opportunity. The only thing missing is a soft mattress; he convinces Harry and Chester that dollar bills from the cash register would be perfect. Chester uses one dollar bill as a sheet, and the other to cover himself, but he still needs a pillow. Chester looks deep in the register and finds a single diamond earring. Chester uses it as a pillow, while Harry Cat goes back to the drain pipe to sleep. Chester hops back into his matchbox.

Analysis

After the Bellinis leave for the night, Chester shares his experiences with Tucker and Harry. Tucker is much more fond of the pagoda...

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