The Whipping Boy - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

Sid Fleischman
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Chapter 15 Summary

As soon as the soldiers have gone, the two boys discuss their plans. Jemmy reveals to the prince that as soon as he can he will leave the prince and the two of them will on their own. Jemmy inquires as to whether or not the prince can take care of himself. With attitude in his voice, the prince replies that of course he can and that he does not need the servants to fetch for him.

Since the two boys are on their own now, they need to find ways to help themselves find food. Jemmy starts to pick up things that could be of value to others that he can sell. Soon, Prince Brat starts doing the same, and Jemmy begins to educate him on the ways of living on their own. Jemmy finds something very valuable, an old birdcage that...

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