The Trumpet of the Swan - Chapter Fifteen — A Night at the Ritz, Chapter Sixteen — Philadelphia Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Fifteen — A Night at the Ritz, Chapter Sixteen — Philadelphia Summary

In chapter fifteen, A Night at the Ritz, when the Boatman took Louis to the Ritz, the clerk had a difficult time accepting the swan as a guest. The Boatman explained that Louis is a celebrity. When three little girls come over and ask for an autograph, the clerk asks some questions about the care of the room. Finally, Louis is checked in. He plays a song for the people in the lobby before going to his room. A bellboy leads the way and carries Louis's medal, slate, chalk, and money bag. Louis was good to tip the bellboy. After Louis checked the bathroom and taking a shower, he is hungry and orders twelve watercress sandwiches. He stacks the bread to...

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