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The Master Puppeteer Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 15 and 16, 'Fireman of Namba Cho Brigade' and 'Debts of Honor' Summary

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Chapters 15 and 16, 'Fireman of Namba Cho Brigade' and 'Debts of Honor' Summary

As Jiro is wandering through the streets, he is stopped by a crowd of people and a ronin. Jiro is dressed as a fireman and the people are attacking any signs of authority at the moment. The ronin attacks him and tries to kill him, but Jiro manages to knock him back. He yells to the crowd that the silk is worth a fortune, and they surge forward to take it off the ronin. Jiro runs away.

He takes off the fireman's coat and carries on without it. Then he realizes that Kinshi and his mother might have been arrested the previous night. He goes to the constabulary gate and puts the fireman's coat back on. He is greeted respectfully and congratulated for the good work of...

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