The Trumpet of the Swan - Chapter Nine — The Trumpet, Chapter Ten — Money Trouble Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Nine — The Trumpet, Chapter Ten — Money Trouble Summary

In chapter nine, The Trumpet, the father swan goes after a trumpet. He heads for Billings and flies around in the city until he finds a music store. Since trumpeter swans are such big birds and can fly at such speed, the father sails right through the big glass window in the front of the store. Of course a swan flying through the window causes all kinds of chaos. The sales people fall into the bass drum and the piano. The owner grabs his gun and shoots it at the ceiling. The swan grabs the trumpet and sails right back out the window. The swan is too far away by the time the owner gets outside with the gun and can take aim. The newspaper...

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