The Trumpet of the Swan - Chapter Seventeen — Serena, Chapter Eighteen — Freedom Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Seventeen — Serena, Chapter Eighteen — Freedom Summary

In chapter seventeen, Serena, the reader learns that Louis does not like his job. Swans like to go to sleep when the sun goes down, but musicians seem to wake up a sundown and play most of the night. Louis did not enjoy the noise and chaos of the club. He does enjoy playing on Sundays and likes it when he is invited to play with the Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra. It is near the end of his ten weeks when a very big storm blows in. It is bad enough to make all the animals nervous. All of them seek shelter.

At some of the darkest hours of the storm, Louis sees something come out of the sky. At first he thinks it was a space ship. Then he...

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