Whittington - Section 8, Chapters 27, 28, 29 and 30 Summary & Analysis

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Section 8, Chapters 27, 28, 29 and 30 Summary

"Two Newcomers Join the Barn"

Bernie's friend Al purchases a lone goat and a noisy rooster ("money for life," narration comments) and takes them to Bernie's. The next morning, the kids and Bernie are surprised to see the new arrivals, naming the rooster Brahms and the goat Willy.

"Dick's Cat Returns"

Whittington describes how, as he approached his sixteenth birthday, Dick took increasing responsibility in Fitzwarren's business. On the advice of Sir Louis, whom he met at his home and where he again saw his beautiful granddaughter, he purchased one quarter of that business, later learning that Fitzwarren intended to leave him the entire business when he died. One day, on a visit to the docks, Dick saw the Unicorn had returned from its latest voyage and discovered his cat, whose leg was all twisted. He picked the cat...

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