The Mostly True Adventures of Homer P. Figg - Chapters 26-30 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 26-30 Summary

Chapter 26. One afternoon, Homer and the medicine show come across a group of wagons carrying the dead. One of the wagons has a broken wheel, so Fleabottom stops to help. They learn that the commanding general of the Union troops has resigned and been replaced with another. Fleabottom suggests to Homer that this could bring a swift end to the war.

Chapter 27. Outside of Lancaster, Pennsylvania, the medicine show runs into a hot air balloon flown by a young man who was part of an experiment using hot air balloons to track troop movements. Over breakfast, the young man with the balloon laments the failure of the program.

Chapter 28. A group of military officers surrounds the medicine show members and calls out for Fleabottom to surrender. They claim that Fleabottom is really Reginald Robertson Crockett, a known spy from the Confederacy...

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