The Cricket in Times Square - Chapter Fourteen: Orpheus Summary & Analysis

George Selden
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Tucker and Harry show up and Tucker immediately wants to get to work. Tucker turns on the radio but Chester just isn't inspired to play. Tucker doesn't understand why, and Chester tries to explain that he misses Connecticut. Tucker offers to take him to Central Park, but Chester tells him it isn't the same. He tells them that he is planning to retire and wants to go home. Tucker tries to change his mind, and when he isn't able to, he tries to enlist Harry’s help but Harry sides with Chester, telling Tucker that it is his life to do with as he wishes. He reminds Tucker that other people have retired at the peak of their careers. Tucker begins to see how giving it all up now might be advantageous.

Chester worries that the newsstand might suffer as a result...

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