The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg - Chapters 20-25 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 20-25 Summary

Chapter 20. Homer tells Fleabottom about his search for his brother. Fleabottom promises to help if Homer will join his medicine show. Fleabottom then gives his tattooed girl some money to get Homer a bath.

Chapter 21. Homer tries to talk Minerva out of making him take a bath, but is unsuccessful. Back at the dock, Fleabottom is in a hurry to leave, acting as though he is running from something.

Chapter 22. Homer goes to New Jersey with Fleabottom and his show. Homer thinks he can see his brother on the dock at Jersey City.

Chapter 23. Homer rushes toward the soldier he believes is Harold. However, the boy turns out to be someone else. The boy promises to keep an eye out for Harold. Later that night, the medicine show sets up near an Army encampment.

Chapter 24. Homer watches most of the medicine...

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