The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg - Chapters 10-14 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 10-14 Summary

Chapter 10. Homer tries to explain his association with Stink and Smelt, but Mr. Brewster does not seem to care about explanations. Instead, Mr. Brewster explains the underground railroad and the role Samuel Reed plays in it.

Chapter 11. Mr. Brewster takes Homer to the basement of his house and shows him where a large group of slaves wait to go to Canada. Homer can see the people are frightened. Homer asks Mr. Brewster what he should do with Smelt, but Mr. Brewster tells him the decision is his. Homer suggests they get guns to defend the slaves, but Mr. Brewster tells him as a Quaker he cannot touch a gun.

Chapter 12. Homer goes to meet Smelt and tells him that the slaves are hidden in the mine under a door in the dirt. Smelt and Stink march Homer to the mine to...

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