Whittington - Section 4, Chapters 13, 14 and 15 Summary & Analysis

Alan Armstrong
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Section 4, Chapters 13, 14 and 15 Summary

"Dick Arrives in London"

When Dick arrived in London, and after Will and the Land Agent went on their way, he discovered that the city was not nearly as prosperous as he believed, and soon was reduced to begging for food. At one point, he was chased away from the home of a merchant by the household's cook, but the merchant himself took Dick in. Here the story stops; Whittington has just seen a rat emerge to collect some food and is ready to pounce. The Lady stops him and negotiates a truce; the rats will leave the eggs and chicks alone as long as they get a share of the grain left by Bernie, and Whittington leaves them alone. Whittington asks why he should agree, and The Lady says they may be able to help him someday, just...

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