The Cricket in Times Square - Chapter Ten: The Dinner Party Summary & Analysis

George Selden
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Exactly two months after Chester arrives in New York, the animals decide that they should celebrate. Chester cleans and polishes everything he can in the newsstand. Tucker is in charge of providing the refreshments and had managed to assemble a feast fit for royalty. Harry returns from an outdoor concert of chamber music and helps Tucker to bring over the food and refreshments. They put music on the radio and Chester encourages Harry to sing along with it. Then Harry asks Chester to perform. They clap when he is finished. Harry suggests that Chester play something they know. Though Chester’s songs are all his own compositions, he finds that when he listens to a melody, he can repeat it perfectly. They ask him to continue, encouraging him to try folk songs, opera, and even a rumba. Tucker dances around...

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