The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg - Chapters 15-19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 15-19 Summary

Chapter 15. Mr. Brewster gives instructions to Mr. Willow, the young preacher he has asked to accompany Homer in his search for Harold. Homer has never been on a train or steamship, but neither has Mr. Willow. Mr. Willow proves to be something of a wimp when it comes to new things.

Chapter 16. When they arrive in Portland, Maine, they get lost on the way to the harbor. Mr. Willow finally allows Homer to direct him and they find the ship they have tickets to board. They meet a young woman and her brother on the dock.

Chapter 17. Homer immediately recognizes this couple as being con artists, but Mr. Willow is taken in by the woman's beauty. Against Homer's advice, Mr. Willow tells them about his and Homer's mission and the money he carries. Homer manages to get Mr. Willow on the...

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