The Piano Tuner - Chapters 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 14 and 15 Summary

Carroll takes Edgar to the building where the piano is being kept. Carroll asks about the Erard and Edgar tells him a little about the technicalities of how it works. Carroll says that Edgar can now open the letter he was given before setting off from London, which he was told not to read until reaching Mae Lwin. Carroll explains that the letter details how the piano was brought to Mae Lwin, and he was worried that it might anger Edgar if he read it before seeing for himself that the piano is safe.

Edgar examines the piano and removes the bullet that lodged there during the attack on Mae Lwin. He tells Carroll the damage is not too bad, and Carroll leaves him to it. Edgar begins by fixing the cracks in the piano with bamboo from the fort walls...

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