The Trumpet of the Swan - Chapter Nineteen — A Talk about Money, Chapter Twenty — Billings Summary & Analysis

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Chapter Nineteen — A Talk about Money, Chapter Twenty — Billings Summary

Chapter nineteen, A Talk about Money, begins with Sam talking to the Head Man of the Birds about Louis and his money. They go through how much money Louis has and how little swans have to spend. The man is surprised that the swan has so much money. Sam tells the Head Man how he met Louis and all Louis has done. When the Head Man says that the trumpet would not cost thousands of dollars, Sam tells him that Louis wants to be sure to pay for the damage that his father had done as he went through the music store window. Sam assures the Head Man that Louis and Serena would pine away in captivity. As Sam describes the pond where...

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