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Slaughterhouse-Five Chapter 8, Section 29 Summary Page 1

  • The innkeeper says that the Americans can sleep in his stable that night, and he feeds them.
  • He comes in to wish them a good night: "Good night, Americans. . . . Sleep well" (8.29.2).

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