The Family Under the Bridge - Chapters 3-4 Summary & Analysis

Natalie Savage Carlson
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As chapter three begins, Armand and the children and Jojo make their way through the Paris streets. Armand comments on how the pigeons are always begging. Paul remarks that he wishes he had some corn to give them; Armand comments that people are always ready to feed the pigeons even when they haven’t got anything. The city is alive with shoppers for the Christmas holiday, making the children easily distracted. When Paul picks up a toy soldier, Armand tells him that it’s cheaply made and will break easily. When they pass a bakery, the children see a Yule Log cake. Armand tells him that he ate one once and it tasted like medicine. When they go by a chestnut vendor, Armand tells them that they taste like worms. The get to the Louvre store and go up to the mezzanine. They...

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