The Murderer's Ape - Part Two: Chapters 47 – 54 Summary & Analysis

Jakob Wegelius
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In Chapter 47, "The Flying Maharaja," the Maharaha buys an airplane. He is dismayed to learn he has to take lessons and get his pilot's license, and he pushes the instructor to rush the process. When he can fly alone, he insists that someone go with him on every flight. Everyone is afraid and tries to find an excuse to refuse. One day, the Maharaja asks for volunteers and Sally raises her hand.

In Chapter 48, "Emergency Landings and Champagne," Sally describes the plane, called the Gipsey Moth. Sally loves the feeling of freedom that comes with riding in the plane. The Maharaja often takes picnic lunches, lands somewhere, eats, then flies home. One day they have to make an emergency landing. The Maharaja is amazed when Sally fixes the plane. As the Maharaja becomes a skilled pilot, others want to ride with him...

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