The Trumpet of the Swan - Chapter Thirteen — End of Summer, Chapter Fourteen — Boston Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Thirteen — End of Summer, Chapter Fourteen — Boston Summary

In chapter thirteen, with the End of Summer, Louis is out of a job. He does not have enough money yet. He asks Sam how he can find another job. Sam tells him about the Swan Boats in Boston. Sam thinks that they would like a trumpeter swan on their swan boats. Louis could play some of the music he has learned from the radio. Before the boys leave, Louis has Sam slit the web between his toes so he could play the valves of the trumpet. Sam warns Louis that he will have to adjust his swimming. Louis feels that will be no problem. The boys leave and Louis remains in the camp. He practices his trumpet and dreams of his family and Serena...

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