Whittington - Section 9, Chapters 31, 32, 33 and 34 Summary & Analysis

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Section 9, Chapters 31, 32, 33 and 34 Summary

"The Cat's Operation"

As Ben's reading lessons continue, Whittington describes how Dick arranged for his cat to be treated by a surgeon who repaired the tendon torn in the cat's fight with the rats. During the surgery, Dick made an important discovery about the cat's paws that linked the cat with the revered cats of the past (see "Quotes", p. 131). At that, Whittington stretches out his own paws, and shows that he has the same link.

"Dick Meets Will Price Again"

One day, Whittington says, continuing his story, Dick was visited by Will Price, the man who drove him to London and who, he told Dick, had been working for Sir Louis since he was ten. He said that Dick was to join The Unicorn on its next voyage; to help him get ready, Sir Louis sent him a...

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