Water for Elephants - Study Guide Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

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August rushes off to speak to Uncle Al. Jacob and Marlena are left alone with Rosie, the elephant. Somehow in their amusement of the situation, Marlena and Jacob end up dancing. Jacob has the urge to kiss Marlena, so he is relieved when she suggests they go back to her stateroom to wait for August. When August returns, he tells Marlena and Jacob that Uncle Al has bought a special car to carry the elephant, but no sleeping cars for the added performers he hired. This means that more than sixty men will be forced to sleep on the flat beds under wagons.

Jacob goes back to the stock car and finds that Kinko is throwing a party. Jacob finds a quiet corner and attempts to be inconspicuous, but Kinko's guests keep bringing him drinks. Pretty soon Jacob is very drunk. Barbara, the cooch girl, finds him...

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